Definition of Fease

1. to faze [v FEASED, FEASING, FEASES] - See also: faze



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fease

fearlike
fearmonger
fearmongered
fearmongering
fearmongers
fearnaught
fearnaughts
fearnought
fears
fearsome
fearsomely
fearsomeness
fearsomenesses
feasance
feasances
fease (current term)
feased
feases
feasibilities
feasibility
feasibility studies
feasible
feasibleness
feasibly
feasing
feast
feast-day
feast day
feast days
feast for the eyes

Literary usage of Fease

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1. Holland's Influence on English Language and Literature by Tiemen De Vries (1916)
"To be f'case of a thing or person: eg, I am fease of him, he disgusts me; I am fease of it, etc., which coincides with the Dutch usage. ..."

2. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"To see his face the lion walk'd along Behind some hedge, because he would not fear him." —Shakespeare—Venus and Adonis. fease [feez] (i) vb. To fret; worry. ..."

3. A Glossary of Terms Used in Heraldry by Henry Gough, James Parker (1894)
"Argent, a fease between three legs couped at the ankle of the first fretty gules, the toes to the sinister side— ..."

4. A Dictionary of the Kentish Dialect and Provincialisms in Use in the County by W[illiam] F[rancis] Shaw, W. D. Parish, John White Masters (1887)
"To see his face the lion walk'd along Behind some hedge, because he would not fear him." —Shakespeare—Venus and Adonis. fease [feez] (i) vb. To fret; worry. ..."

5. Henslowe's Diary by Philip Henslowe, Walter Wilson Greg (1904)
"... the ij willes & for the administración xviij" pd vnto mr doctor Ridle for his fease vj8 8d pd vnto mr cole the Regester his ..."

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