for-settan
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for-settan
Substitute: I. to stop up, block, obstruct Dype ánne cláð and forsete þá næsðyrlu þǽr mid, Lch. i. 180, 2. Hí tiledon hí him ðone weg forsetton and fortýndon iter illi intercludere contendebant, Bd. 3, 19; Sch. 278, 9. Sume hí wurpon þá moldan úp and hió wǽron forsettende þǽra wætera rynas, Shrn. 41, 4. Þone lǽcedóm þe þá forsettan þing ontýne and út teó, Lch. ii. 212, 17. II. to press down, oppress, repress Seó sódfæstnes forseteþ heora sweoran and gebígeð þurh þá eádmódan men eorum cervicem veritas per humiles premit, Gr. D. 197, 15. Hé forsette (repressit ) þá réðnisse þæs Gotan, 165, 3. Þá hé þone witan forsette (premeret ) mid þám úttran þýstrum his eágena, 274, 25. Hit byð mid manigum swingum forseted flagellis premitur, 258, 28. Ic eom forseted and forðryced mid þám scyllum þisses dracan squamis hujus draconis premor, 325, 5. [v. N. E. D. for-set. M. H. Ger. ver-setzen.]
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