Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See assiege.

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Examples

  • And if they refuse to be taken, or flees to strengths and houses, to pursue and assege them with fire and sword; and this commission to endure for the space of three years. ''

    A Legend of Montrose

  • And if they refuse to be taken, or flees to strengths and houses, to pursue and assege them with fire and sword; and this commission to endure for the space of three years.”

    A Legend of Montrose

  • "For ffor tydyngs here ther be but ffewe saffe that the assege lastyth stylle by the Duke off Burgoyn affoor Nuse, and the

    Charles the Bold Last Duke of Burgundy, 1433-1477

  • “For ffor tydyngs here ther be but ffewe saffe that the assege lastyth stylle by the Duke off Burgoyn affoor Nuse, and the

    Charles the Bold

  • And if they refuse to be taken, or flees to strengths and houses, to pursue and assege them with fire and sword; and this commission to endure for the space of three years. "

    A Legend of Montrose

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