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- n. Obsolete form of guise.
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- n. Guise.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See guise.
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Tansey gyse, a, 52/749, a dish of tansey of some kind.
Lyst that whyle I labour this cursyd gyse to stynt
And every day, whan the covent of this abbeye hathe eten, the awmener let bere the releef to the gardyn, and he smytethe on the gardyn zate with a clyket of sylver, that he holdethe in his hond, and anon alle the bestes of the hille and of dyverse places of the gardyn, comen out, a 3000 or a 4000; and thei comen in gyse of pore men: and men zeven hem the releef, in faire vesselles of sylver, clene over gylt.
_the_ gyse & custu_m_, my child, shall [e] you excuse.
_th_e gyse of the_m_ _tha_t do most manerly; but be ware of onthryft  ruskyn gallavnte,
2.15.5: And bitter findes the swete, vnder this gyse.