Definition of adnitor, annitor
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LEM
adnītor, adnītī, adnīsus sum
annītor, annītī, annīsus sum
-, -, adnīxus sum
-, -, annīxus sum
deponent verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to lean against, lean upon
  2. [figuratively] to take pains, make an effort, exert oneself, strive
Abbreviations
ad-nītor (ann-) nīxus or nīsus, dep., to lean against, lean upon: ad aliquod tamquam adminiculum: adnixi hastis, V.

— Fig., to take pains, make an effort, exert oneself, strive: acrius ut, etc., S.: pro se quisque, ut, etc., L.: ad ea patranda, S.: de triumpho: pro ullo, L.: adversus eam actionem, L.: mecum, S.: hoc idem de intercessoribus, L.: adnitente Crasso, S.: si paululum adnitatur, makes an additional effort, L.
 
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