Nun. Thi profetis sien to thee false thingis, and fonned; and openyden not thi wickidnesse, that thei schulden stire thee to penaunce; but thei sien to thee false takyngis, and castyngis out.
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Based on Bible Concordance: false, fonned, nun, openyden, penaunce, profetis, schulden, sien, stire, thee, thei, thi, thingis, wickidnesse
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Webster Bible - WBT
Thy prophets have seen vain and foolish things for thee: and they have not revealed thy iniquity, to turn away thy captivity; but have seen for thee false burdens and causes of banishment.
Rotherham's Emphasized Bible - EBR
Thy prophets, have had visions for thee, false and foolish, and have not unveiled thine iniquity, to turn back thy captivity, Yea they have had visions for thee, oracles of falsehood, and enticements!
Young's Literal Translation - YLT
Thy prophets have seen for thee a false and insipid thing, And have not revealed concerning thine iniquity, To turn back thy captivity, And they see for thee false burdens and causes of expulsion.
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