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- adj. Soft; tender; yielding.
- adj. Delicate; weak; poor-spirited; susceptible to cold weather, harsh conditions etc.
- adj. Soft; friable; crumbly.
- v. To make soft, tender, or weak.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Soft; tender; delicate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Soft; tender.
- Delicate; weak; poor-spirited.
- Soft; friable; crumbly.
- To make soft, tender, or weak.
I mist tat consert butsnerk will definatwy will see teh nesh wun.
Those of you calling me nesh can bloody well come visit here in August.
I would have loved Sarah to get married to Scofield they have this lovely chemistry btwn them. nesh
He said he could not speak out before the women folk, but he was noways nesh to pick his words onst he was outside.
Launcelot, for thou wilt not leave thy sin for no goodness that God hath sent thee; therefore thou art more than any stone, and never wouldst thou be made nesh nor by water nor by fire, and that is the heat of the Holy Ghost may not enter in thee.
For while many of us may have grown up in vicarages where there seemed to be no money, and while we too heard talk of "dilapidations," the diocesan funds required for the repair of our homes, or were sometimes spoken of in the north of England as "nesh" if we seemed to require more cosseting than a young person should, rather fewer of us experienced the kind of squalor that Sage evokes.
The nesh  yonge coweslepe bendethe wyth the dewe;
Following it, they came at the distance of three bowshots to a little bay, where they found a number of canoes well provided with paddles, and in each a calebash of good nesh-caminnick, and a piece of roasted deer's flesh.
"No, tha'd drop down stiff, as dead as a door-knob, wi 'thy nesh sides."
'You're too nesh, that's what you be, nesh-spirited.'