Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See feeze.
  • See feeze.

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Examples

  • Induction. i.l (346,1) [I'll pheeze you] To _pheeze_ or _fease_. is to separate a twist into single threads.

    Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies

  • "Noa; my missus did not loike me to chaffer much with neighbour Joplin, for she was but a bad 'un, -- pretty fease, too.

    Lucretia — Volume 06

  • "Noa; my missus did not loike me to chaffer much with neighbour Joplin, for she was but a bad 'un, -- pretty fease, too.

    Lucretia — Complete

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