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fús
Add:I. where there is prompt or rapid movement. 1. of a person Hé fús gewát from his ágenum hofe Isaac lǽdan, Gen. 2869. Þǽr fúse feorran cwóman tó þám æðelinge, Kr. 57. Hé gemétte Hingwar mid eallre his fyrde fúse tó Eádmunde (hurrying to Edmund ), Hml. S. 32, 96. 2. of a material object Woruldcandel scán, sigel súðan fús, B. 1966. Sceaft . . . feðergearwum fús, 3119. 3. of a non-material thing personified Cóm ofer foldan fús síðian mǽre mergen þridda, Gen. 154. II. ready to go, eager to act Sum munuc . . . mid gemáglicum bénum gewilnode hé móste of ðám munuclífe . . . Ðá ðá hé swá fús wæs (cf. his swíðlice geornes, Gr. D. 156, 6), Hml. Th. ii. 176, 18. Rád Iulianus mid mycelra fyrdunge swíðe fús tó wíge, Hml. S. 3, 207. Ðá wæs here fús forðwegas, Exod. 248. II a. of an animal :-- See III. where the movement or readiness refers to departure from this world Beór*-*scealca sum fús and fǽge, B. 1241. Fród and fús, El. 1237. Fús sceal féran, fǽge sweltan, Gn. Ex. 27. Of líce is gǽst swíðe fús, Gú. 1273. Hé his gǽst ágeaf on Godes wære, fús on forðweg, Men. 218: Gú. 918. Ic eom síðes fús úpeard niman, 1050. Fúsne on forðsíð, 1121. IV. eager for an object (gen. ) Hýðweard gearo, sé þe ǽr lange tíd leófra manna fús æt færoðe feor wlátode, B. 1916.
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