of-þryccan
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of-þryccan
Add:I. to destroy by pressure, crush Seó úpfléring tóbærst and hine ácwealde, and þæt hús eal ansund áðolode búton ðǽre ánre fléringe ðe ðone Godes feónd ofðrihte, Hml. Th. ii. 164, 5. Wind tóslóh þæt hús . . . þæt hit hreósende ðíne bearn ofðrihte and acwealde (domus corruens oppressit liberos tuos et mortui sunt, Job 1. 19), 450, 19. Se áwyrgeda gást tówearp þone wáh, and mid þæs wáges hryre ofþryccende (opprimens) tócwýsde ǽnne .munuccnapan, Gr. D. 125, 6. II. to oppress. 1. the subject a person :-Gehwilce synfulle menn óðre heora gelícan mid hefe þǽre wyrstan lyffetunge ofðriccað, Hml. Th. i. 494, 5. Þú úp áhófe swýþran ofþryccendra (deprimentium) hine, Ps. L. 88, 43. Ofþryhtum hé gehealp, Hml. S. 30, 6. 2. the subject a thing (an unfavourable condition) Sé bið hoferede, sé ðe sió byrðen ofðrycð ðisse eorðlican gewilnunge gibbus est, quem terrenae sollicitudinis pondus deprimit, Past. 67, 13. Hwílum ofðrycð (opprimit) done líchoman ungemetlica mettrymnes, 455, 25. Sume beóþ mid wǽdle and mid hénþe ofþrycte angustia rei familiaris inclusi, Bt. 11, 1; F. 30, 33. III. to repress, suppress. 1. the object material Ofþryþt compresso, i. extincto (torrente incendio), An. Ox. 3532. 2. the object non-material Reóhnesse ofþrihte insaniam compressit, An. Ox. 2501. Ofþryhte, is ácweinte compressit (foci potestatem), 4135. Frec wasend ofþrihte gulosa ingluvies compressa, 3571. IV. to subdue Hé þone deófol on helle mid his weágesíðum ofþrihte, Wlfst. 145, 4.
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