Definition of blandus
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Orthography ID = 1001849
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LEM
blandus, blanda, blandum
MAL-
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. of smooth tongue, flattering, fawning, caressing
  2. [figuratively] flattering, pleasant, agreeable, enticing, alluring, charming, seductive
Abbreviations
blandus adj. with comp. and sup. MAL-, of smooth tongue, flattering, fawning, caressing: homo blandior, T.: amicus: adfabilis, blandus, N.: canes, V.: adversus alqm: in publico, L.: blandus fidibus Ducere quercūs, H.: chorus doctā prece blandus, H.

— Fig., flattering, pleasant, agreeable, enticing, alluring, charming, seductive: oratio: voces, V.: preces, H.: verba, O.: inlecebrae voluptatis: manus Non sumptuosā blandior hostiā, not more acceptable with a costly victim, H.: caudae, O.: otium consuetudine in dies blandius, L.: voluptates, blandissimae dominae, most seductive.
 
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