Definition of Sease

1. to grasp suddenly [v SEASED, SEASING, SEASES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sease

searing
searing iron
searingly
searings
searlesite
searlesites
searness
searobin
searobins
sears
seas
seascape
seascapes
seascout
seascouts
sease (current term)
seased
seases
seashell
seashells
seashore
seashore mallow
seashores
seasick
seasicker
seasickness
seasicknesses
seaside
seaside alder
seaside centaury

Literary usage of Sease

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1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"sease т. sease, 41 SE 898, 64 SC 216. lerne. The word "children" usually means descendants of the first degree, and, where used in a deed of property to a ..."

2. The Law Reporter: Journal de Jurisprudence by L. S. Morin, Thomas Kennedy Ramsay, Ramsay, Thomas Kennedy, 1826-1886, Morin, L. S. (Louis Siméon), 1832-1879 (1854)
"... of last Term may he considered, we, however, contole ourselves with the ices that the victory gained hy the Beach over law and common sease, ..."

3. The English Factories in India, 1622-1623: A Calendar of Documents in the by William Foster (1908)
"... thatt the English had given outt speeches thatt they would sease one her; wherefore they ... sease ..."

4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1919)
"sease (1902) 64 S. 0. 216, 41 SE 898, where a deed recited that the grantor, ... bargain, sell and release unto the said Esther C. sease and her children ..."

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