yliche

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Middle English[edit]

Adverb[edit]

yliche

  1. alike
    • Geoffrey Chaucer (late 14th century):
      "And therto he was hardy, wys, and riche, and pitous and just, alwey yliche, sooth of his word, benigne, honurable, of his corage as any centre stable, yong, fressh, strong, and in armes desirous as any bacheler of al his hous."