impense

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Latin[edit]

Adverb[edit]

impensē (comparative impensius, superlative impensissimē)

  1. eagerly, persistently

Quotations[edit]

1832 1861
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  • 1832, Gregory XVI, Mirari Vos
    Impense id iam commendarat suis ad vos litteris felicis recordationis praedecessor noster Pius VIII;
  • 1861, Pius IX, Iamdudum cernimus
    Atque ab Ipso impensissime exposcimus, ut […] inter densas tenebras, quibus universa terra fuit obducta, inimicorum suorum mentes illustravit.

Participle[edit]

impēnse

  1. vocative masculine singular of impēnsus