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Definition of "aditus" [aditus]

  • The entrance to a cavity or channel. (noun)

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Use "aditus" in a sentence
  • "Nullus est meatus ad quem non pateat aditus impudicitiae."
  • "The works which concern the seats and places of learning are four — foundations and buildings, endowments with revenues, endowments with franchises and privileges, institutions and ordinances for government — all tending to quietness and privateness of life, and discharge of cares and troubles; much like the stations which Virgil prescribeth for the hiving of bees: — “Principio sedes apibus statioque petenda, Quo neque sit ventis aditus, &c.”"
  • "Vt ille rem proponit, quamquam sine arte, apposite tamen, et vt satis intelligas, quod qu鎠o diligenter perpendas, aditus ad Cathayam per Orientem procul dubio breuissimus est et almodum expeditus."