Definition of Poysing

1. poyse [v] - See also: poyse



Lexicographical Neighbors of Poysing

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

Literary usage of Poysing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Complete Works of John Lyly by John Lyly (1902)
"... METAMORPHOSIS Which poysing with my strained arme I threw So farre, that it beyond the other flew. ..."

2. The Keyes of the Kingdom of Heaven: And Power Thereof, According to the Word by John Cotton (1852)
"And thus by meanes of this due and golden ballancing & poysing of power and interest, Authority and Privilege, in Elders and the Brethren, this Government ..."

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