þearllíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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þearllíce
adv. I. severely Ðonne sint eác ðǽm ilcan monnum suíðe ðearllíce (ðearlíce, Cott. MSS.) tó recceanne ða godcundan cwidas districte itaque contra illos divinae, sententiae proferendae sunt, Past. 37; Swt. 265, 22. Forðon is néd, ðætte sume mid woningum, sume þearlícor (ðearflícor, Bd. S. 490, 11), sume líðelecor, synd gerehte unde necesse est ut quidam damnis, quidam districtius, quidam levius, corrigantur, Bd. 1, 27; M. 68, 5. II. strictly, exactly, thoroughly Dríg swýþe þearle (þeaclíce (þearlíce?), MS. O.), Lchdm. i. 70, 10. III. violently Swá biþ be ðám heáclifum and torrum, ðonne hí hlifiaþ feor up ofer ða óðre eorðan, hý ðonne feallan onginnaþ and full þeaclíce hreósan tó eorðan (come with a great crash to the ground ). Wulfst. 262, 12. v, for-þearlíce.
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