absentĭ|a, -ae. (abˈsen.tsi.a) fem.
- Absence; a being absent, a not being present.
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- αʹ M. Antonius, ap. Cicero, Ad Atticum 14.13a:
- βʹ Cicero, In Pisonem 16.25:
- γʹ Cicero, In Pisonem 26.63:
- δʹ Seneca the Elder, Controversiae 10.8:
- εʹ Seneca the Elder, Controversiae 2.7:
| cetera, quemadmodum adulescens formosus, dives, ignotus in viciniam formosae et in absentia viri nimium liberae mulieris commigraverit, quemadmodum adsidua satietate continuatae per diem noctemque libidinis exhaustis viribus perierit, interrogate rumorem.
|| As for the rest—how an unknown, handsome young rich man could have moved into the neighborhood of a woman who was beautiful and, in the absence of her husband, too free with herself, and how he would have wasted away, all his energy drained by constant satisfaction of his uninterrupted lusts, all day and all night—ask the rumor mill.
- στʹ Seneca the Elder, Controversiae 2.7:
- ζʹ Curtius, Historia Alexandri Magni 3.8: