for-cúþlíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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for-cúþlíce
Substitute: 1. in a way that excites contempt, contemptibly, ignominiously, feebly Ortrýwes ciuesdómes forligere forcúþlíce bepǽht perfidi pelicatus stupro enerviter deceptus, An. Ox. 5044. 2. in a way that expresses contempt, that inflicts disgrace, ignominiously 'Teóð þá cynegas út of þám scræfe, and gange þá yldostan tó and ofstæppað heora swuran swíðe mid fotum.' Þá dydon þá ealdormen swá ... and þǽra cynega swuran forcúþlíce trǽdon, Jos. 10, 24. v. un-forcúþlíce.
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