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in-cúð, adj.
Strange, not friendly, grievous
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  • Hé wolde eác swylce þurh ðone regul oncnáwan ða wíslícan gefadunge ðe snotorlíce geset is be incúðra þinga endebyrdnesse

    he wished also to know by means of the Rule [of Benedict] the wise arrangement, that is prudently appointed concerning the disposition of strange matters,

    • Lchdm. iii. 440, 26.
  • Hé hálegra cyricena land incúðum reáferum tódǽlde

    he [Edwy] distributed the lands of holy churches to strangers and robbers,

    • 436, 1.
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