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'Tis suavis amaricies, dolentia delectabilis, hilare tormentum;
Democritus himself had hilare delirium, much in this vein.
Dives ille cibo interdicitur, et in omni copia sua cibum non accipit, cum interea totum ejus servitium hilare sit, atque epuletur.
The video’s hilare, but one gripe: Will Arnett’s role was completely wasted.
Church retains the "Lumen hilare" and some other traces of the ancient Lucernarium in the Offices of Vespers and Compline (cf.
St. Basil also speaks of a hymn being sung at the moment when the torches were lighted, doubtless the famous hymn -- "Lumen hilare" (cf. Cabrol, l. c.,