grund-leás
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grund-leás
Add:I. of an earthly pit, gulf, &c. 1. lit. bottomless, whose bottom has not been reached Andlang hagan tó ðám grundeliésan pytte, C. D. v. 148, 10. On ðone grundlǽsan pyt, vi. 41, 23. 2. fig. Ne biþ se ðurst gefylled heora gítsunga, ac seó grundleáse swelgend hæfþ swíþe manegu wéste holu on tó gadrianne, Bt. 7, 4; F. 22, 32. On hú grundleásum seáðe mod þringþ quam praecipiti mersa profundo mens hebet, 4, 2; F. 6, 7. II. of the pit of hell and of its characteristics Grundleás seáð tartarus, An. Ox. 23, 39. Hé helle séceð ... grundleásne wylm, Wal. 46. Þreá on helle, þæt syndon þýstro and hǽto grimme, grundleáse, Gen. 390. III. of immaterial things, boundless, insatiable Ne mæg se wéla þá grundleásan gítsunga gefyllan nec opes inexpletam restinguere avaritiam queunt, Bt. 16, 3; F. 56, 2, 16.
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