|vice||vitium, vitii, n.|
|all have this vice (Horace)||omnibus hoc vitium est|
|every excess develops into a vice||omne nimium vertitur in vitium|
|every vice ever stands on a precipice (Juvenal)||omne in præcipiti vitium stetit|
|every vice of the mind makes its guilt the more conspicuous in proportion to the rank of the offender (Juvenal)||omne animi vitium tanto conspectius in se crimen habet, quanto major qui peccat habetur|
|fault, vice, crime||vitium|
|flattery, which was formerly a vice, is now grown into a custom (Publilius Syrus)||vitium fuit, nunc mos est, assentatio|
|full of vice||vitiosus|
|he falsely relates stories that are merely lessons in vice (Horace)||peccare docentes fallax historias movet|
|in fleeing one vice we are sometimes caught by another (Horace)||in vitium ducit culpæ fuga|
|it has been, and ever will be, lawful to spare the individual and to attack the vice||licuit semperque licebit parcere personis, dicere de vitiis|
|let that order be free from vice, and afford an example to all others (from the Tw e l v e Ta b l e s, in reference to the Patricians)||is ordo vitio careto, cæteris specimen esto|
|pliable as wax to vice, obstinate under reproof (Horace, in reference to youth)||cereus in vitium flecti, monitoribus asper|
|the disgrace of others often deters tender minds from vice (Horace)||teneros animos aliena opprobria sæpe absterrent vitiis|
|the examples of vice at home more easily and more quickly corrupt us than others, since they steal into our minds under the highest authority (Juvenal)||velocius ac citius nos corrumpunt vitiorum exempla domestica, magnis cum subeant animos auctoribus|
|the one who hates vice, hates humanity (Pliny the Younger)||quis vitia odit, homines odit|
|the taint is nourished and lives by being concealed (i.e., vice lives and thrives by secrecy) (Virgil)||alitur vitium vivitque tegendo|
|the two paths (or crossroads) of virtue and of vice||bivium virtutis et vitii|
|there will be nothing left for posterity to add to our manners; our descendants will wish for and do the same things as we do; every vice has reached its culminating point (Juvenal)||nil erit ulterius quod nostris moribus addat posteritas; eadem cupient facientque minores; omne in præcipiti vitium stetit|
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