for-þryccan
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for-þryccan
Add:1. to injure or destroy by pressure, a. literal Mid þý fylle ðæs wáges forþryccende (opprimens ) hé geþrǽste ǽnne þára muneca, Gr. D. 125, 6. Ic wille mé segnian, ac ic ne mæg, for ðon ðe ic eom forseted and forðrycced (premor ) mid þám scyllum þisses dracan, 325, 5. b. to torture Beóð þá earman sáwla áhangene ofer þá hátestan lígeas, and þǽr þonne beóð forþriccende (-ede?) and gebundene, Ll. Th. ii. 400, 22. 2. to close up an opening Þá tóslitenan wunda heó forþrycceþ, Lch. i. 356, 15. Múð his forðrycca (-ðrycga, L., dyttan, W. S. opprimere ), Lk. R. 11, 53. [O. H. Ger. fer-drucchen premere, opprimere.]
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