- Ælfc. Gr. 9, 55; Som. 13, 27.
Gleáw ne wæs gumríces weard, réðe and rǽdleás,
- Cd. Th. 226, 26; Dan. 177.
Ðá ðis (the destruction of certain ships) cúð wæs tó ðám óðrum scipon ... wæs ðá swilc hit eall rǽdleás wǽre
it was as if there were no counsel anywhere, as if everything was in confusion,
- Chr. 1009; Erl. 142, 9.
Gé Godes cræfta nán þing ne gýmaþ, ðý is folces forfaren máre ðonne scolde oððe þearf wǽre, and for ðam hit wearð swá rǽdleás ðe hit Godes beboda forgýmde
the people is become so miserable, because it neglected God's commandments,
- Wulfst. 46, 20.
Ðæt rǽdleáse hof (
hell), Cd. Th. 3, 32; Gen. 44. [Nabbich in me wisdom ... and am redleas ... Drihten ase þu ert redlease (gen. pl. )red, red me þet am redles
- O. E. Homl, i. 211, 32 -213, 1.
Nis nevre mon redles Ar his heorte beo witles,
- O. and N. 691.
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