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1. Verb of fearingIn Latin grammar, a verb of fearing is one that pertains to fear or concern (often timeo, terreor, metuo, and vereor). This set of verbs is grammatically notable because it inverts the sense of a following purposive clause, at least relative to the intuition of speakers of many non-Latin languages. A verb of fearing followed by a "ne" purposive clause means that the subject fears that the event will happen (but wishes that it would not).
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