Definition of demissus
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LEM
dēmissus, dēmissa, dēmissum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. [of places] lowered, sunken, low-lying, low
  2. drooping, falling, hanging down, low
  3. [figuratively] downcast, dejected, dispirited, low
  4. lowly, humble, unassuming, shy, retiring
  5. [of style] modest, reserved
  6. humble, poor
Abbreviations
dēmissus adj. with comp. P. of demitto.

— Of places, lowered, sunken, low-lying, low: loca, Cs.

—Drooping, falling, hanging down, low: Demissis umeris esse, T.: labia, T.: si demissior ibis, fly too low, O.: demisso capite: demisso voltu. S.: demisso crine, O.: Dido voltum demissa, V.

— Fig., downcast, dejected, dispirited, low: animus: demissā voce loqui, V.: nihilo demissiore animo, L.: videsne illum demissum?

— Lowly, humble, unassuming, shy, retiring: multum demissus homo, H.: sit apud vos demissis hominibus perfugium.

—Of style, modest, reserved: orator ornamentis demissior.

—Humble, poor: qui demissi in obscuro vitam habent, S.
 
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