from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Pox; pest; used as an imprecation.
- v. (dialect, Yorkshire) To strike or hit (a person).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of poise.
- n. A term used in mild execration, like pox.
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They did have a machine, similar to one in Kobe where I got my Clannad anime lighter you put in 400 yen and either get a ball with a lighter or you get a key to open the grand pize – a wall clock.
A pize on it! send it off to those who have their legs swathed with a hay-wisp, their heads thatched with a felt bonnet, their jerkin as thin as a cobweb, and their pouch without ever a cross to keep the fiend Melancholy from dancing in it.
He began, "Let's not psychothera-pize -" He broke off, then whispered, "Listen."
Sich lovely mate-pize and figged keakes, and cider, and drops o 'cordial that they do keep here!'
A pize on it! send it off to those who have their legs swathed with a hay-wisp, their heads thatched with a felt bonnet, their jerkin as thin as a cobweb, and their pouch without ever
Whoever correctly guesses the most winning teams by the end of the regular season will snag an incredible pize - an over-the-top Bowl party to watch the ultimate football showdown on your own turf on February 6, 2011.
The duo will have to see off rockers MGMT to take home the pize.
To make mud-bricks and pize buildings, even 'wattle and daub', you need lots of water
He takes home $386,636 for a spectacular effort, leaving Leo Wolpert to take the wrist jewellery and $625,682 first pize.