animadvert[an′i məd vʉrt′, -mad′-]
Origin: Classical Latin animadvertere, to observe, censure ; from animum (acc. of animus, mind) plush advertere, to turn: see animus and amp; advert
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intransitive verb an·i·mad·vert·ed, an·i·mad·vert·ing, an·i·mad·verts
Origin: Middle English animadverten, to notice, from Latin animadvertere : animus, mind; see anə- in Indo-European roots + advertere, to turn toward; see adverse.