Definition of utralibet
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Orthography ID = 2061847
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LNS
utrālibet
uterlibet
adverb
  1. on whichever of two sides, on either side
Abbreviations
uter-libet, utralibet, utrumlibet, pron. Which of the two you please, whichsoever of the two (rare but class.): utrumlibet elige, alterum incredibile est, alterum nefarium et ante hoc tempus utrumque inauditum, Cic. Quint. 26, 81.

— Indef., either one (of two), either of the two: eos consules esse, quorum utrolibet duce bellum Etruscum geri recte possit, Liv. 10, 24, 17: quae non dicere, si utrum libet esset liberum, maluissemus, Quint. 11, 1, 60; cf. id. 9, 1, 7: fingamus utrumlibet non recte dictum, id. 1, 5, 35; cf. id. 5, 10, 70; 6, 4, 18: si parti utrilibet omnino alteram detrahas, id. 2, 19, 2: ubi utrolibet modo curatum est, Cels. 6, 18, 10: adjecto vel irino vel laureo oleo, sic ut utrilibet paulum aceti misceatur, id. 6, 7, 7: sanguinem fluentem ex utrālibet parte sistit, Plin. 24, 4, 8, § 13: in utramlibet partem, Scrib. Comp. 101: 255.

—Hence, utrālibet, adv., on whichever of two sides, on either side, Plin. 2, 18, 16, § 79.

— utrōlibet, adv., to either one of two sides, to either side: ne inclinata utrolibet cervix, Quint. 1, 11, 9.
 
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