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- adj. disobedient
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- adj. Disobedient.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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"But whom hath mine uncle wed, that is thus unbuxom [disobedient] to him?"
"Dame, I must needs say you be rare unbuxom and unthankful."
(all in Chaucer); ‘buxom’, but not ‘unbuxom’ (Dryden); ‘hasty’, but not
a severely learned or, as its author terms it, unbuxom book.
"So did he, in very deed; and yet is she thus unbuxom.
Cobham, both heresy and treason are specified as the crimes of which he had been convicted "that was miscreant and unbuxom to the law of God, and
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