edited by Meagan Ayer et al.
Comparison of Adverbs
218. The Comparative of adverbs is the comparative form of the corresponding adjective, declined in the neuter accusative; the Superlative is the adverb in -ē formed regularly from the superlative of the adjective.
cārē dearly (cārus dear)
miserē [miseriter] wretchedly (from miser wretched)
leviter (from levis light)
audācter [audāciter] (from audāx bold)
benĕ well (from bonus good)
malĕ ill (from malus bad)
a. The following are irregular or defective.
diū long (in time)
potissimum first of all, in preference to all
saepius oftener, again
multum (multō) much
parum not enough
Note— In poetry the comparative mage is sometimes used instead of magis.