scearplíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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scearplíce
adv. I. sharply, keenly, smartly, effectually, quickly Scearplíce efficaciter, velociter, Wrt. Voc. ii. 142, 56. Hyt ys gelýfed ðæt heó scearplíce gehǽle, Lchdm. i. 154, 9. Heó gehǽlþ ðæt sár tó ðam scearplíce, ðæt hé eác gán dyrre it heals the pain (gout) so smartly, that he may even venture to walk, 176, 8: 210, 9: Exon. Th. 209, 9; Ph. 168. II. sharply, keenly (of the mind) Ða ðe meahton smeálíce and scearplíce mid hiera andgite ryht geseón qui videre recta subtiliter per ingenium poterant, Past. 11, 4; Swt. 69, 6. III. sharply, painfully Scearplíce acerbatim, Txts. 181, 47. Stingaþ hine scearplíce on ðone múð, Wulfst. 141, 7.
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