Definition of consenesco
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Orthography ID = 1002807
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LEM
cōnsenēscō, cōnsenēscere, cōnsenuī, -
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to grow old together, grow old, become gray
  2. to waste away, sink, decline
  3. [figuratively] to lose respect
  4. to decay, degenerate, grow obsolete, decline
Abbreviations
cōn-senēscō nuī, -, ere, inch, to grow old together, grow old, become gray: otio rei p.: illā casā, O.: socerorum in armis, H.: insontem in exsilio, L.

—To waste away, sink, decline: in fratris gremio maerore.

—Fig., to lose respect: nullo adversario.

— To decay, degenerate, grow obsolete, decline: illis annis omnia consenuerunt, S.: quamvis consenuerint vires: lex, L.: invidia: alcuius cognomen.
 
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