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  • His et similibus flagitiis et abominationibus execrandis commissis, incipiunt mensis assidere et convivari de cibis insipidis, insulsis, [106] furtivis, quos daemon suppeditat, vel quos singulae attulere, inderdum tripudiant ante convivium, interdum post illud ....

    Among My Books First Series James Russell Lowell 1855


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  • Dancing; used figuratively to mean 'triumphant, exultant.' (The tripudium was a ritual dance of ancient Rome, done by armed priests. The dance involved three steps - tripudium means 'three feet' - and included banging on shields with rods or spears.)

    July 8, 2008