foede

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Adjective[edit]

foede

  1. vocative masculine singular of foedus

Adverb[edit]

foedē (comparable foedius, superlative foedissimē)

  1. shamefully, disgracefully, ignominiously (in a manner that brings disgrace)
    • 27 BCE – 25 BCE, Titus Livius, Ab urbe condita libri 26.1
      C. Sulpicio cui Sicilia euenerat duae legiones quas P. Cornelius habuisset decretae et supplementum de exercitu Cn. Fului, qui priore anno in Apulia foede caesus fugatusque erat.
      To Gaius Sulpicius to whom Sicily was allotted two legions which Publius Cornelius had held were decided upon and reinforcements from Gnaius Fulvius’ army, which in the previous year had been shamefully defeated decisively and put to flight in Apulia
  2. foully, basely, horribly

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