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un-seht, adj.
Not in agreement, in hostility, at variance
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  • Eádríc cild and ða Bryttas wurdon unsehte and wunnon heom wið ða castelmenn on Hereforda

    Eadric and the Welsh broke out into hostility (against William. v. Florence of Worcester, who says that Edric summoned two Welsh kings to help him and laid waste Hereford. The same writer, under the year 1070, notes that Edric was reconciled with William) and fought with the garrison at Hereford,

    • Chr. 1067
    • ;
    • Erl. 203, 40.
  • Sóna ðæræfter wurdon unsehte se cyng and se eorl

    directly after the king and the earl fell out,

    • 1102
    • ;
    • Erl. 238, 6.
[Heo weren unsahte and heo weren unsome,
  • Laynt. 3930
. Þou and his sone woxen unsauȝt (fell out), and þou sloug him þere,
  • Jos. 433
. Folk that were unsaught toward her king (at variance with their king) for his pillage,
  • Gower iii. 153, 26.
Icel. ú-sáttr disagreeing, unreconciled.
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