and-sǽte
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and-sǽte
Add:I. of that which is evil His forligr Gode and*-*sǽte wæs, Hml. Th. i. 484, 15: ii. 528, 11: Hex. 54, 19. Ǽlc híwung is antsǽte (and-, an-, v. ll. ) Gode, Hml. S. 12, 246. Cosdrue wæs andsǽte eallum his leódum, H. R. 101, 27. Andsǽte bið treów þe ǽfre gréwð on leáfum and nǽfre nǽnne wæstm ne bringð, Hml. S. 4, 246. Him byð egle and andsǽte se stenc, Hex. 50, 24. Andsǽtne invisum, odiosum, An. Ox. 2728. gé andsǽtan wíglunge forlǽtan, Hml. S. 17, 70. Hý synt andsǽte (abominabiles ) gewordene on heora lustum, R. Ben. 25, 7. Þá ansǽtan execranda, An. Ox. 1897. II. of that which is good Beóð láðe and tó andsǽte þá þe God lufiað, Wlfst. 89, 17. [Goth. anda-séts abominable.]
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