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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).
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Incounsolabill, -abyll, -able, a. [f. Counsalabill a. Used only by Lyndsay.] Refusing counsel or advice. — 1530 Lynd. Test. Pap. 345.
Because … I was incounsolabyll Now mon I dee
c1552 Id. Mon. 1321.
Thay wer incounsolabyll, Usyng thare lust abominabyll
Ib. 2558.
Gyf he remanith … to the holy kirk incounsolable

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