deáþ-berende
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Wordclass: Adjective
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deáþ-berende
AddÞæs réþan and þæs deádberendan funesti, Wrt. Voc. ii. 34, 12. Fram ðǽm deádberendum a funesto, 2, 30. I. of things, 1. physical, deadly, pestilential Deáðberende smíc gǽð of heora múðe, Wlfst. 201, 1. Se deádberenda drinc pestifer potus, Gr. D. 104, 29. Wæs þǽra wyrma oroð swíðe deáðberende and ǽterne halitus erat pestifer, Nar. 14, 16. Áttres uoercdédo deáðberendo viri operationes mortiferas, Rtl. 125, 37. (1 a) figurative :-- Hé cwæð ðæt sió tunge wǽre deáðberendes átres (veneno mortifero ) full, Past. 281, 7. Þæs biteran áttres þá deáþberendan wæter (evil thoughts ), Guth. 46, 6. 2. moral or spiritual Þeó deáþberende uncyst (envy ), Bl. H. 65, 13. II. of living creatures On fæðme þæs deáðberendan dracan þe is deófol genemned, Wlfst. 188, 10. Þæt deáðberende deófol, 185, 13.
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