A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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Outrage, a. Also: outt-, owt-, ouct-, wtrage. [ME. and e.m.E. out(t)-, owtrage, outerage (c 1330 to 1550).] Of persons and their actions: Fierce, violent, oppressive, severe. — 14.. Acts I. 109/2.
Na ȝit in the self land he sal nocht mak outtrage [L. superfluam] dystres c1420 Wynt. v. 1654 (W).
He stude and wes in dedis fell Ouctrage [v.rr. owtrageous(e] and rycht cruell 1456 Hay I. 172/9.
The quhilkis weris cummys bot of outrage and felloun hertis that ar sett in wikkitnes c1475 Wall. i. 207.
Selbye he hecht, dispitfull and owtrage Ib. 340.
Wtrage Ib. v. 571. a1500 Sir Eger 2798.
For he was still and full outrage
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