from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Middle English past participles of see.
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- imp. pl. & p. p. of
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- verb Obsolete spelling of
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"He would sometimes miss the fence entirely, the ball going out into the woods beyond," but when he managed to shoot within the bull'seye's vicinity, he would exclaim, "Ah! I would have got him that time," by which he meant a Yankee soldier.
It is always wonderful learning about our fellow blogville members. seye
SHE MENTIONED MY NAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! seye
Hebby seye… Butt wuz teh Mas warin teh Kilt wif noe knickerz?
Upon my lyf, the queene wol seye as I. Lat se which is the proudeste of hem alle,
I am a boystous man, right thus seye I. Ther nys no difference trewely
And also the Sarazines bryngen forthe no pigges, nor thei eten no swynes flessche: for thei seye, it is brother to man, and it was forboden be the olde lawe: and thei holden hem alle accursed that eten there of.
And there herd thei a voys of the fadir, that seye, Hic est filius meus dilectus, in quo mihi bene complacui.
And thei seye also, that oure Lord ne eet nevere mete: but he made tokene etyng.
For he myghten not seye no thing of newe, in the whiche the hereres myghten haven outher solace or desport or lust or lykynge in the herynge.