for-lǽdan
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for-lǽdan
Add: to lead so as to injure or destroy, bring to harm, destruction, &c., betray :-- Þér hé wæs ǽrost geswenced mid grimmum gefeohte and micelne dǽl his heres forlǽdde (ubi acerba primum pugna fatigatus, deinde . . . non paruum numerum . . . disperdidit, Bd. 1, 2), Chr. P. 5, 6. Hé mid firde fór . . . and sóna þæs folces þone mǽstan dǽl fleónde forlǽdde and mid searwe þǽm cyninge on onwald gedyde acceptum exercitum statim Cyro per proditionem tradit, Ors. 1, 12; S. 52, 27. Hié forlǽddan tó þám lindplegan swǽse gesíðas and hyra sylfra feorh they carried themselves and their comrades to a fight that was fatal to all, B. 2039. Mé þás woruldsǽlða on þis dimme hol forlǽddon, Met. 2, 11. Ðæt mód ongit hine selfne on swelcre frecennesse and on swelcne spild forlǽd mens sese in praecipitium pervenisse deprehendit, Past. 441, 27.
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