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First published 1983 (DOST Vol. V).
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Oultrage, -raige, n. [e.m.E. and ME. oultrage (Gower), OF. oultrage, ultrage: cf. Outrage n.] Grievous harm or injury. — 1549 Compl. 101/9.
That gif thai resaif oultrage … thai can neuer hef rest in ther spreit
Ib. 185/26.
As it is conuenient tyl honest … men to lyue in pace quhen there nychtbours dois them na oultraige nor violens
Ib. 185/29.

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