Definition of devincio
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LEM
dēvinciō, dēvincīre, dēvinxī, dēvinctus
verb (4th conjugation)
  1. to bind fast, tie up, fetter, clamp
  2. [figuratively] to bind fast, unite closely, oblige, lay under obligation
  3. [in rhetoric] to comprise, condense
Abbreviations
dē-vinciō nxī, nctus, ere, to bind fast, tie up, fetter, clamp: aliquem fasciis: operculis plumbo devinctis, L.

—Fig., to bind fast, unite closely, oblige, lay under obligation: (Italiam) omnibus vinclis devinctam tenere: ab isto donis devinciri: Hispania beneficiis devincta, Cs.: suos praemiis: se cum aliquo adfinitate: Coniugio liberali devinctus, T. aeterno devinctus amore, V.

—In rhet., to comprise, condense: verba comprehensione.
 
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