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deóp-líce

  • adverb
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Grammar
deóp-líce, dióp-líce; comp.-lícor ; sup.-lícost ; adv.
DEEPLY, profoundly, thoroughly; profunde, subtīlĭter
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  • Þearle deóplíce ðú sprycst

    valde profunde loquĕris,

    • Coll. Monast. Th. 32, 9: Exon. 49 a
    • ;
    • Th. 169,
    • 13;
    • Gú. 1094: Bt. Met. Fox 22,
    • 5;
    • Met. 22,
    • 3.
  • Dióplíce spirigan æfter ryhte

    to search deeply after truth,

    • Bt. 35,
    • 1;
    • Fox 154,
    • 19.
  • Wit sculon deóplícor ymbe ðæt beón

    we two must inquire more deeply about it,

    • 5,
    • 3;
    • Fox 12,
    • 12.
  • Ðe deóplícost Dryhtnes gerýno reccan cúðon

    who most profoundly could relate the Lord's mysteries,

    • Elen. Kmbl. 559: El. 280
    • .
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  • deóp-líce, adv.