Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In heraldry, same as erased.

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Examples

  • “It has animated our Troops, gave them new Spirits, and erazed every bad Impression.”

    The King's Best Highway

  • -- I saw his lips move, but could not hear what he said for more than a minute; occasion'd by an uncommon noise which just then rush'd through my head: -- at length sounds grew distinct, and I heard this sentence -- _every_ word is inscribed where it can _never_ be erazed --

    Barford Abbey

  • The under part was divided into several: one of these small rooms was used for a prison: but about the year 1728, _while men slept an enemy came_, a private agent to the lord of the manor, and erazed the Leather-hall and the Dungeon, erected three houses on the spot, and received their rents till 1776, when the town purchased them for 500_l_. to open the way.

    An History of Birmingham (1783)

  • Anyway, the whole thing of killing 6 million Jews started innocently enough -- if you subscribe to the idea that 6 million Jews where in fact erazed.

    Guardian Online

  • Jmhriated, litween three Talbots heads, erazed, Or. And she Is therein said to be the only surviving child of Mr. WiJliamWhittle, of Lancashire.

    Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical

  • A pious hope was indulged, that the church as well as the ftate might triumph in this revolution: but if Chofroes had fincerely liftened to the Chriftian bilhops, the impreffion was erazed by the zeal and eloquence of the Magi: if he was armed with philofophic indifference, he accommodated his belief J or rather his profeffions, to the various i6o THE DECLINE AND FALL Chap, circumftances of an exile and a fovereign.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • ■ fall of, food of, bad. their number, erazed from book of life,

    The works of the English poets; with prefaces, biographical and critical

  • ■ ■ ■ food of, bad, their number, erazed fr©m book of life.

    The Works of the English Poets

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