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used in The Aeneid

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to turn something in the opposite position — such as upside down, inside out, or (of two things) in switched position
  • We plow and till in arms; our oxen feel, Instead of goads, the spur and pointed steel; Th' inverted lance makes furrows in the plain.
    Book 9 (75% in)

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