over-thwartly

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over-thwartly

  1. (obsolete) askew.
    • Malory, Le Morte Darthur
      At the court of King Arthur, there came a young man and bigly made, and he was richly beseen: and he desired to be made knight of the king, but his over-garment sat over-thwartly []