Definitions for uneath

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  1. uneath(Adverb)

    Not easily; hardly, scarcely.

  2. uneath(Adverb)

    Reluctantly, unwillingly.

  3. uneath(Adjective)

    not easy; hard

  4. Origin: From unethe, uneathe, from uneaþe, equivalent to . More at eath, easy.

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  1. Uneath(adj)

    not easy; difficult; hard

  2. Uneath(adverb)

    not easily; hardly; scarcely


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