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un-gleáwlíce

  • adverb
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Grammar
un-gleáwlíce, adv.
Without understanding, without sagacity, unwisely, imprudently
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  • On his heortan cwæð unhýdig sum ungleáwlíce ðæt God nǽre

    dixit insipiens in corde suo, Non est Deus,

      Ps. Th. 52, 1.
  • Gif hé ðære styringe ne wiðstent, ðonne gescient hé ða gódan weorc ðe hé oft ǽr on stillum móde ðurhteáh, and suá ungleáulíce for ðæm scyfe ðære styringe suíðe hrædlíce tówierpð ða gódan weorc ðe hé longe ǽr foreðonclíce timbrede

    qui, dum perturbationi suae minime obsistunt, etiam si qua a se tranquilla mente fuerant bene gesta, confundunt, et improviso impulsu destruunt, quidquid forsitan diu labore provido construxerunt,

      Past. 33; Swt. 215, 17.
Etymology
[O. H. Ger. un-glaulíhho insolerter.]
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