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"ease of movement":

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aegritūdinem alicuius ēlevōalleviate someone's grief, ease someone's sorrow

agitātiō, agitātiōnis fthe state of being in motion, motion, movement, agitation, activity, practice, exercise

agitātus, agitātūs mstate of motion, being in motion, movement, agitation, activity

agmen, agminis ntrain, collected multitude moving forwards, army on the march, army, troop, band, multitude, march, movement

assellāre, assellōdefecate, excrete with the stool, pass with the bowel movement

collēgiōrum opificum mōtustrade union movement, trade unionism

commoditās, commoditātis fdue measure, just proportion, symmetry, fitness, suitable oratorical expression, easy, unrestrained, free action, dexterity, skill, convenience, ease, a fit occasion, advantage, benefit, pleasantness, complaisance, courteousness, forbearance, lenity

compendium faciō pultandīease in hitting

concitātiō, concitātiōnis fhastening movement, quick movement, an exciting up, rousing up, emotion of mind, affection, passion, sedition, tumult

concitātus, concitātūs m (nur Abl. Sgl. concitātū)hastening movement, quick movement, an exciting up, rousing up, emotion of mind, affection, passion, sedition, tumult

concitus, concitüs mhastening movement, quick movement, an exciting up, rousing up, emotion of mind, affection, passion, sedition, tumult

cordāx, cordācis m (κόρδαξ),extravagant dance of Grecian comedy, distinguished by lively movement and wanton gesture, and by the rope which was kept passing through the hands of the dancers

cūstōdia vīvōrum in ūsū versantiumCapital Movement Control, Capital Control

dēcursus, dēcursūs mcompletion of a course, end of a course, a course, career, the rhythmical movement of a verse

dēfaecāre, dēfaecō, dēfaecāvī, dēfaecātumcleanse from dregs, refine, purify, defecate, clarify, cleanse, wash, make clear, serene, set at ease

dēfēcāre, dēfēcō, dēfēcāvī, dēfēcātumcleanse from dregs, refine, purify, defecate, clarify, cleanse, wash, make clear, serene, set at ease

dēfīcāre, dēfīcō, dēfīcāvī, dēfīcātumcleanse from dregs, refine, purify, defecate, clarify, cleanse, wash, make clear, serene, set at ease

dēlicātēdelicately, luxuriously, at one’s ease, tardily, slowly

diēs dolōrem levābittime will ease the pain

diēs dolōrem mītigābittime will ease the pain

līberī commeātūs interdictiōprohibition of free movement, ban on free movement

prohibitiō prōdeundī in pūblicumprohibition of free movement, ban on free movement, curfew

sōlārī, sōlor, sōlātus sumcomfort, console, solace, soothe, ease, lighten, lessen, relieve, assuage, mitigate

tōtum mē alicuī patefaciōgive air to his heart, ease his heart

tractus ōrātiōnislow-key style of speech, calm movement of speech

tractus, tractūs mdrawing, dragging, hauling, pulling, drawing out, trailing, stretch, extent, tract of a thing, territory, district, region, tract of land, course, progress, movement, space, lapse, period, drawing out, protracting, lengthening, protraction, extension, length

veīvere, veīvōlive, be alive, have life, survive, be still alive, live well, live at ease, enjoy life, last, endure, remain, be remembered, support life, sustain one’s self, maintain one’s self, pass one’s life, reside

ventrem faciōhave a passage at stool, have bowel movement, have stool

ventrigāre, ventrigōhave bowel movement

vīvere, vīvō, vīxī, vīctumlive, be alive, have life, survive, be still alive, live well, live at ease, enjoy life, last, endure, remain, be remembered, support life, sustain one’s self, maintain one’s self, pass one’s life, reside

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