stræclíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
stræclíce
adv. I. strictly, sternly, vehemently Gif him God ryhtlíce and stræclíce (streclíce, Cott. MSS.) déman wile si districte judicentur, Past. 5, 3 ; Swt. 45, 20. Hwílum líðelíce tó ðreátigenne hwílum suíðlíce and stræclíce tó ðráfianne aliquando leniter arguenda, aliquando autem vehementer increpanda, 21, 1 ; Swt. 151, 12. II. violently, forcibly Swá swá deáð streclíce ásyndraþ sáwle fram lícham*-*an ealswá lufu Godes streclíce ásyndraþ mann fram middaneardenre lufe sicut mors uiolenter separat animam a corpore, ita dilectio Dei uiolenter segregat hominem a mundano amore, Scint. 16, 14-16.
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