Un*eath" (?), a. [AS. une�xa0;e; un- not + e�xa0; easily, easy; akin to OS. i easy, OHG. di.]

Not easy; difficult; hard.

[Obs.]

Who he was, uneath was to descry. Spenser.

 

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Un*eath", adv.

Not easily; hardly; scarcely.

[Obs.]

Uneath may she endure the flinty streets. Shak.

 

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