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in extremis

Adv.1.in extremis - at the point of death

IN EXTREMIS. This phrase is used to denote the end of life; as, a marriage in extremis, is one made at the end of life. Vide Extremis.

bad, between two fires, cornered, despaired of, desperate, done for, dying, endangered, expiring, facing death, given up, going, hard pressed, hard up, hopeless, imperiled, in a predicament, in articulo mortis, in danger, in desperate case, in desperate straits, in extremities, in jeopardy, incapable of life, jeopardized, low, moribund, near death, nonviable, on the spot, pinched, sinking, slipping, slipping away, sorely pressed, straitened, terminal, threatened, up against it
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In dubio
In dubio haec legis constructio quam verba ostendunt
In dubio pars melior est sequenda
in due course
in due season
in due time
In dust and ashes
in dutch
in earnest
in effect
In embryo
In eo quod plus sit
In esse
in essence
in everyone's thoughts
in evidence
-- in extremis --
In faciendo
in fact
In favor of
In favor with
In favorabilibus magis attenditur quod prodest quam quod nocet
In favorem libertatis
In favorem vitae
In fere
in fetters
In few
In fictione juris
In fieri
In fine
In fine fettle
in fiscal matters
in flight
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