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wræc-lást

  • noun [ masculine ]
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wræc-lást, es ; m.
An exile-track
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  • Waraþ hine wræclást. Exon. Th. 288, 16 ; Wand. 32.
  • Hé wunode wræclástum

    he lived sit exile,

      Chr. 1065 ; Erl. 196, 36.
  • Hé wræclástas trsed

    he wandered an outlaw,

      Beo. Th. 2709; B. 1352.
  • Ic sceal hweorfan ðý wídor, wadan wræclástas, wuldre benémed, duguþum bedéled. Cd. Th. 272,

      17; Sae. 121.
  • Hé longe sceolde hréran mid hondum hrimcalde sǽ, wadan wræclástas (

    to wander an exile

    ).
      Exon. Th. 286, 23 ; Wand. 5.
  • Hwæt ða sume dreógaþ ðe ða wræclástas wídost lecgaþ

    what some of those suffer whose exiled steps go furthest,

      309, 14; Scef. 57.
  • Ic sceal wreclástas settan, síðas wíde,

      Cd. Th. 276, 14; Sat. 188.
  • Wreclástas wunian

    to live in exile,

      280, 21 ; Sat. 259.
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