Definition of Concusses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of concuss) ¹

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Definition of Concusses

1. concuss [v] - See also: concuss

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Concusses

concurrent operation
concurrent review
concurrent validity
concurrently
concurrentness
concurrents
concurring
concurring(a)
concurring opinion
concurringly
concurs
concuss
concussation
concussations
concussed
concusses (current term)
concussing
concussion
concussion cataract
concussion myelitis
concussions
concussive
concussively
concussor
concyclic
cond
condemn
condemnable
condemnation
condemnations

Literary usage of Concusses

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1. Ante-Nicene Christian Library: Translations of the Writings of the Fathers by James Donaldson, Alexander Roberts (1869)
"... he despoils and concusses the brethren, casting the injured unfairly in their suit,1 and promising to help them for a price, yet deceiving them all the ..."

2. The Mid-eighteenth Century by John Hepburn Millar (1902)
"... and pushing manner, and states the argument with a vigour which Mr Boy thorn might have envied, and which almost concusses an opponent into assent. ..."

3. The Radical: and Advocate of Equality: Presenting a Series of Expostulatory by Paul Brown (1835)
"... abolishing the office of District Electors, and suppressing all concusses and formal public nominations of candidates for office. 13. ..."

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