uneath

adjective
un·eath | \ "+ \

Definition of uneath 

(Entry 1 of 2)

archaic

: not easy : difficult, hard who he was, uneath was to descry —Edmund Spenser

uneath

adverb
\ " \

Definition of uneath (Entry 2 of 2)

archaic

: not easily : with difficulty : scarcely I uneath the fancy might control —S. T. Coleridge

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History and Etymology for uneath

Adjective

Middle English uneathe, from Old English unēathe, from un- entry 1 + ēathe easy

Adverb

Middle English uneathe, from Old English unēathe, from unēathe uneasy

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