heá-líce
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Wordclass: Adverb
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heá-líce
Add:I. in a local sense, on high Pilatus ásette ðis gewrit to ðǽre róde bufon Crístes heáfde heálíce, Hml. Th. ii. 254, 27. Stód se earming ætforan þám deófle þǽr hé heálíce sæt, Hml. S. 3, 372. Se wítga cwæð þæt áhæfen wǽren heálíce upp sunne and móna, Cri. 693. II. in or to a high position or rank Se fæder þóhte hwám hé hí (his daughter) mihte heálícost forgifan, Ap. Th. 1. 13. II a. specially :-- Heálícust on tíde gebedes precipue in tempore orationis, Scint. 36, 16. III. in or to a high degree or extent, greatly, extremely Ealle mægene hergan heálíce, Cri. 383. Swá swá heálicor ic geswu[telige] ut ahius pandam, An. Ox. 5058. Hit nis gít se tíma ic þé heálícor mæge onbryrdan firmioribus remediis nondum tempus est, Bt. 5, 3; F. 14, 14. IIIa. with elevated voice :-- Seraphines cynn unáþreótendum þrymmum singað ful heálíce (or under IV. P but see heálic; IV. l a) hlúdan stefne fægre, Cri. 389. IV. with high quality, nobly Hé bið geniéd mid ðǽm folgoðe ðæt hé sceal heálíce sprecan loci sui necessitate exigitur summa dicere, Past. 81, 6. IV. a. of workmanship, with perfect workmanship, elaborately Heofon ongeat hwá hine heálíce torhtne getremede tungolgimmum, Cri. 1150. [v. N. E. D. highly; adv.]
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