nearulíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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nearulíce
adv. I. narrowly, within narrow limits, briefly Nearolíce strictim, Ælfc. Gr. 38 ; Som. 41, 60. Ys seó foresǽde bóc (Genesis) on manegum stówum swíde nærolíce gesett (is a mere narrative of events ), and ðeáh swíde deóplíce on ðam gástlícum andgite, Ælfc. Gen. Thor. 4, 3. II. oppressively, grievously Ða ðe nearwlícast cúðan swician those who knew how to cheat in most oppressive manner, L. I. P. 12 ; Th. ii. 320, 24. III. narrowly, exactly, strictly Manegu díglu þing sindon nearolíce (subtiliter) tó smeáganne many secret things are to be narrowly examined, Past. 21, 3 ; Swt. 153, 13. Swá swýðe nearwelíce hé hit létt út áspyrian (of the enquiry which was made when Doomsday Book was compiled ), Chr. 1085 ; Erl. 218, 34. [He nule nout so neruhliche demen ase ȝe siggeð, A. R. 334, 14.]
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