desplesance (c.1275)

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desplesance (c.1275)

[ FEW: 9,4a placere; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,353b desplaisance; TL: 2,1703 desplaisance; DEAF: ; DMF:  déplaisance; TLF:  déplaisance; OED:  displeasance n.; MED:  displesaunce n.; DMLBS: 691a displicentia ]
desplesaunce;  despleisaunce,  despleizaunce;  desplaisance;  displeisance,  despleante (l. desplesance)  255.9  


( 1406; MS: s.xv1 )  il est grande displesance a Dieu et pecché pur ensi groundeler encontre sa volentee  111.62.27
( MS: 1419 )  a graunt displeisance de Dieu et deshonure de la citee  457
( c.1275; MS: s.xiii4/4 )  semblant ne fyst pur turment De dolur de despleyzaunce  7732
3distress, pain
( s.xiiiex; MS: 1307-15 )  Adversité, desplesance, prosperité, plesance  268.11
en desplesance de
1displeasing to
( 1318 )  Et pur ceo qe la chose serroit en despleisaunce nostre seignur le roi a dedire fest trové en sa mayn  67
( 1321 )  en desplesaunce de Deux et deshonur de lui (=Edward II)  483
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