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I. AddÞæs mannes líchaman antimber bið of ðám fæder and of ðǽre méder, ac God gescypð þone líchaman of ðám antimbre, Hml. Th. i. 292, 28. Salomon árǽrde þæt mǽre hús of eorðlicum antimbre, ii. 580, 11: Wlfst. 279, 25. Sume (some adjectives) synd . . . of óðrurn antimbre, ferrum ísen, ferreus ísen, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 15, 9. Beó his calic of clǽnum antimbre geworht, Ll. Th. ii. 350, 22. Tó þám ǽrrum antimbre geedníwude in pristinum statum reformavit (dispersa gemmarum fragmina), An. Ox. 1833: 1875. II. add: matter for a feeling, &c. Ontimber (bið) geseald tó mótgenne materia ei datur superbiendi, R. Ben. I. 110, 4. Druncennys is gálnysse antimber, Hml. Th. i. 604, 25. Eáþe is tó understandenne of hwylcum antimbre þeós unþæslicu ásprincð, R. Ben. 124, 13. nán þurh nán antimber (pro nulla occasione) ne gedyrstlǽce óðerne wergean, Chrd. 46, 12.
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