of-þryscan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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of-þryscan
to beat down, repress, suppress Concutit i. turbat, terreat tóscæcþ, ofþrysceþ percutit. Wrt. Voc. ii. 136, 48. Ða ðe ofþryscaþ ða styringe ðæs flǽsclícan lustes qui compressis motibus carnis, Past. 52, 6; Swt. 409, I. Ða hié suíðe stíðlíce árásigeaþ and mid ealle ofþrysceaþ hos asperitate rigidos semper invectionis premunt, Past. 19, 2 ; Swt. 145, I. Ðæt hé on him selfum ofþrysce ða lustas his unþeáwa in semetipso suggestiones vitiorum reprimat, 14, 5; Swt. 85, 12. [Cf. O. H. Ger. druski excute, Grff. 5, 265.] v. ge-þryscan.
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