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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of razee.

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Examples

  • At last, I took their advice, and "razeed" them, as they phrased it.

    Redburn. His First Voyage

  • It was that accursed black Obama that razeed me; made a poor begging lubber of me for ever and a day! ...

    Top Hillary Supporter Says She's Showing "Desperation"

  • Fisher, but now razeed and called The Schooner Farralone.

    Vailima Letters

  • On the right of the fire was a razeed rocking-chair, evidently the peculiar property of the mistress of the mansion, and three blocks of pine log, sawn off smoothly, and made to serve for seats.

    Among the Pines or, South in Secession Time

  • One thing is certain: it has a tendency to enervate both body and mind, and were it not for the revivifying effects produced by a winter residence in the country, where gentlemen take to field sports, and ladies to razeed dresses, sensible shoes, and constitutional walks, the mortality among our "upper ten thousand" would, I believe, be frightful.

    Lands of the Slave and the Free Cuba, the United States, and Canada

  • On the right of the fire was a razeed rocking-chair, evidently the peculiar property of the mistress of the mansion, and three blocks of pine log, sawn off smoothly, and made to serve for seats.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • Meanwhile, the others had razeed a frigate, the _Merrimac_, and upon an angular roof laid railroad-iron to make her shot-proof.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Meanwhile, the others had razeed a frigate, the Merrimac, and upon an angular roof laid railroad-iron to make her shot-proof.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • The sloop being in the stream, we boarded her from the beach abreast, in the little razeed Gloucester dory, which had been painted a smart green.

    The Life of Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson

  • Backing out into mid-stream brought them near an anchored steamer lately razeed and now being fitted for a cloud of canvas on three lofty masts instead of the two small sticks she had been content with while she brought plantains, guava jelly, coffee, and cigars from Havana.

    Kincaid's Battery

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