Definition of Desse

1. a desk [n -S] - See also: desk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Desse

despumed
despuming
desquamate
desquamated
desquamates
desquamating
desquamation
desquamations
desquamative
desquamative interstitial pneumonia
desquamative pneumonia
desquamatory
dessauite
dessay
desse (current term)
dessert
dessert apple
dessert grape
dessert grapes
dessert plate
dessert spoon
dessert spoons
dessert wine
dessert wines
dessertless
dessertlike
desserts
dessertspoon
dessertspoonful

Literary usage of Desse

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1. The Life of Lorenzo De' Medici, Called the Magnificent by William Roscoe (1797)
"... gran desiderio della mutazione di questo Stato come noi, & se tu inten- XXVIII. desse quello dice, quando semo lui e mi, diresti quello che dico io. ..."

2. Viaggi Di Pietro Della Valle, Il Pellegrino: Descritti Da Lui Medesimo in by Pietro Della Valle (1843)
"Piacquero a tutti queste mie ragioni, e di comun consenso fu stabilito, che in ogni modo gli si desse dell'eccellenza ; e cosi fu poi praticato da tutti ..."

3. Tusculanarum disputationum ad M. Brutum libri quinque by Marcus Tullius Cicero (1884)
"... pro- 95 desse numquam. Totumque hoc de voluptate sic ille praecipit, ut voluptatem ipsam per se, quia voluptas sit, ..."

4. Reports of Cases Determined in the Several Courts of Westminster-hall, from by William Blackstone, Charles Heneage Elsley, James Clitherow (1828)
"The plaintiff said he should look upon desse * as his paymaster, ... In June, 1775, Sir William desse became a bankrupt; and the plaintiff did not prove his ..."

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