noun, plural op·ti·ma [op-tuh-muh], /ˈɒp tə mə/, op·ti·mums.
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There is still another great danger which one may beware of, optima fide,—the danger of knowing something untrue.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
Horum adulescentia bonis artibus et magna omnium spe exacta est: ad egregiam enim indolem optima accedebat educatio.
Hrum adulscentia bons artibus et mgn omnium sp64 excta est: ad gregiam enim indolem optima accdbat ducti.
Having with some difficulty gained admittance, Optima rushed into my arms, and wept upon my breast.
I made a snatch at what I thought was the sinking form of Optima, but soon I found out the dreadful mistake.