Definition of causor
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Orthography ID = 1002238
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LEM
causor, causārī, causātus sum
deponent verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to allege as a reason, make a pretext of, plead, pretend
Abbreviations
causor ātus, ārī, dep. causa, to allege as a reason, make a pretext of, plead, pretend: omnia Visaque, O.: locum inmeritum, H.: animi perturbationem, L.: negotia, Ta.: numquid causare quin abeas victus? have you anything to plead? causatus consulere velle, pretending, L.: Causando in longum ducis amores, you make pretexts for putting off, V.
 
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