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A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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First published 1951 (DOST Vol. II).

Disconformable, a. [f. Conformable a.]Disconform(eadj. — c1590 Fowler II. 129/15. Ib. 136/5.
Schawing the causes … , not disconformable fra that which alreddie I have discoursed
1603 James VI in Cont. Stow's Chron. (1615) 842/1.
As long as they are disconformable in religion from vs, they cannot be but halfe my subiects
1656 Maxwell Mem. 361.
From the sense I have of sin as disconformable to the righteous law of … God

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