from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not goodly; not good; bad.
- Not well; ill.
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Birdalone saw that they were all young, and that none of them might be called ungoodly, and some were full fair.
Alas, said Sir Tristram, this is a full ungoodly place for such a fair lady, and if I may she shall not be long there.
The porter answered ungoodly again, and said, Thou gettest no lodging here.
Tristram, this is a full ungoodly place for such a fair lady, and if I may she shall not be long there.
Also in this yere was a mad woman pressyd to the deth, for sche hadde spoken ungoodly and to presomptuosly unto oure liege lord the kyng at the
Now it was afternoon, and the day hot and hazy, and we stood on the very lip of the land wearied with hope and fear, and striving to keep good countenance to each other; and there came a boat unto the shore gaily painted and gilded, and bedight with silken cloths and cushions; and the steerer thereof was a woman, not young, by seeming of fifty winters; red-haired she was, thin-lipped and narrow-eyed, flat-breasted and strait-hipped; an ungoodly woman, though her skin was white and smooth as for her age.