Definition of concitatus
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LEM
concitātus, concitāta, concitātum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. rapid, swift, quick
  2. [figuratively] roused, excited, vehement, ardent
Abbreviations
concitātus adj. with comp. and sup. P. of concito, rapid, swift, quick: equo concitato vehitur, at full speed, N.: quam concitatissimos equos inmittere, L.: conversio caeli concitatior.

—Fig., roused, excited, vehement, ardent: contio: concitatior clamor, L.
 
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