Hit hreás underbæc and forneán offeóll ða ðe hit ǽr forcurfan
the tree fell backwards, and by its fall very nearly killed those who before were cutting it down,
- Homl. Th. ii. 510, 2.
Sigferþ cyning hine offeóll and his líc ligþ æt Wimburnan
King Sigferth laid violent hands on himself, and his body lies buried at Wimborne,
- Chr. 962; Erl. 120, 4.
Hé geslóg xxv dracena and hine ðá [of] deáþ offeóll
he slew 25 dragons and then death fell upon him,
- Salm. Kmbl. 430; Sal. 216.
Seó módinys wyle offeallan ða eádmódnysse superbia inruere vult super humilitatem, Prud. 32 b. Æfter his fielle wearþ ðara cásera mǽgþ offeallen
caesarum familia consumta est,
- Ors. 6; 6; Swt. 262, 6.
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