Definition of Poyse

1. to poise [v POYSED, POYSING, POYSES] - See also: poise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poyse

poxviruses
poxy
poy
poyarkovite
poynado
poynadoes
poynados
poynant
poynard
poynt
poynted
poynting
poynts
poyous
poyse (current term)
poysed
poyses
poysing
poyson
poysoned
poysoning
poysons
poz
pozole
pozoles
pozz
pozzie
pozzies

Literary usage of Poyse

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1. Thomas Hooker: Preacher, Founder, Democrat by George Leon Walker (1891)
"He now that will set this wheele right, must take away the contrary poyse, and then put the wheele the right way, and yet the wheele doth not goe all this ..."

2. Manipulus vocabulorum: a rhyming dictionary of the English language by Peter Levens (1867)
"... sb. weight, 216 2 "poyse of leade. ... poyse, v. 216 5 Poyson, sb. 164 18 Poyson, ». 164 46 Practice, sb. 115 13 Practice,». ..."

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