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  • Ingenue fateor me non intelligere cur ignobilius sit urbes bene munitas colere nunc quam olim, aut casae rusticae praesse quam urbi.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Stultum me fateor, liceat concedere verum, Atque etiam insanum.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Me pulchra fateor carere forma, verum luculenta — nostra est.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Et omnia mihi dimissa esse fateor, et quae mea sponte feci mala, et quae te duce non feci.

    Pneumatologia

  • “Itaque,” saith he, “ut simpliciter fateor, legi hæc omnia, et in mente mea plurima coacervans, accito notario vel mea, vel aliena dictavi, nec ordinis, nec verborum interdum nec sensuum memor.”

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • DEPONENTS. liceor licērī licitus sum _bid_ polliceor pollicērī pollicitus sum _promise_ mereor merērī meritus sum _earn_ misereor miserērī miseritus sum _pity_ vereor verērī veritus sum _fear_ fateor fatērī fassus sum _confess_ cōnfiteor cōnfitērī cōnfessus sum _confess_ reor rērī ratus sum _think_ medeor medērī ---- _heal_ tueor tuērī ---- _protect_

    New Latin Grammar

  • The idiom is different from the _et pudet et_ construction seen at xv 29 'et pudet et metuo [' I am both embarrassed and afraid '] semperque eademque precari' and _Tr_ V vii 57-58 'et pudet et fateor [' I confess with embarrassment '], iam desuetudine longa/uix subeunt ipsi uerba Latina mihi'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Naso suis opibus, carmine, gratus erit. parua quidem fateor pro magnis munera reddi, 35 cum pro concessa uerba salute damus; sed qui quam potuit dat maxima gratus abunde est, et finem pietas contigit illa suum,

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • ( 'Staturâ, fateor non sum procerâ, sed quae mediocri tamen quàm parvae propior sit; sed quid si parvâ, quâ et summi saepe tum pace turn bello viri fuere -- quanquam parva cur dicitur, quae ad virtutem satis magna est?')

    Harvard Classics Volume 28 Essays English and American

  • “Stulte fecisse fateor, sed qaeso, pater, ne me, in stultitia si deliqui, deseras. ego animo cupido atque oculis indomitis fui; persuasumst facere quoius me nunc facti pudet.” prius te cavisse ergo quam pudere aequom fuit.

    Amphitryo, Asinaria, Aulularia, Bacchides, Captivi Amphitryon, The Comedy of Asses, The Pot of Gold, The Two Bacchises, The Captives

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