, n. Quality or state of being trivial.
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(?), n. [LL. See Trivial.] 1. The three " liberal" arts, grammar, logic, and rhetoric; -- being a triple way, as it were, to eloquence.
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The trivium and quadrivium together made up the seven liberal arts. See Quadrivium.
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2. (Zol.) The three anterior ambulacra of echinoderms, collectively.
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