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totis viribus

[ toh-tis wee-ri-boos; English toh-tis vir-uh-buhs ]
/ ˈtoʊ tɪs ˈwi rɪˌbʊs; English ˈtoʊ tɪs ˈvɪr ə bəs /
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adverb Latin.
with all one's might.
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Origin of totis viribus

First recorded in 1525–35; from Latin tōtīs vīribus, ablative plural of vīs “force, might” and tōtus “all, entire, the whole of”
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