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fǽrlíce

  • adverb
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fǽrlíce, férlíce, feárlíce; adv.
Suddenly, immediately, by chance; sŭbĭto, repente, forte
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  • Cometæ synd gehátene ða steorran ðe fǽrlíce and ungewunelíce æteówiaþ

    the stars are called comets which appear suddenly and unusually,

    • Bd. de nat. rerum
    • ;
    • Wrt. popl. science 16,
    • 20;
    • Lchdm. iii. 272, 3: Gen. 14, 15: 19, 32: Job Thw. 165, 23: Bt. 38,
    • 2;
    • Fox 198, 8: Exon. 77 a
    • ;
    • Th. 290,
    • 6;
    • Wand. 61
    • .
  • He fǽrlíce hrýmþ

    sŭbĭto clāmat,

    • Lk. Bos. 9, 39: Ps. Lamb. 63, 6: Coll. Monast. Th. 22,
    • 17.
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v.  férlíce fýrlíce feárlíce.
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  • fǽrlíce, adv.