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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

ABLATIVE CASE

399. The Ablative is used to denote the relations expressed in English by the prepositions from; in , at; with , by:

līberāre metū, to deliver from fear.

excultus doctrīnā, trained in learning.

hōc ipsō tempore, at this very time.

caecus avāritiā, blind with avarice.

occīsus gladiō, slain by the sword.

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