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Nothing ever "feazed" him, as he was wont to boast.
A Little Miss Nobody Or, With the Girls of Pinewood Hall Amy Bell Marlowe
Brother Tom made his jokes, and Gertrude "feazed," to use her own word.
These ribs and possible internal injuries are what feazed Captain Hi.
Swept Out to Sea Clint Webb Among the Whalers W. Bertram Foster
Our poor little battery, however, feazed them but little.
S.O.S. Stand to! Reginald Grant
Just then the super gives Fuzzy a prod and he howls like Balaam's ass, but the coon stands there smiling and not feazed a bit.
Side Show Studies Francis Metcalfe 1899
That was a knockout, we all thought; but it never feazed Ole.
At Good Old Siwash George Fitch 1896
It was a herculean job, but that never feazed Sherlock Holmes, and he went at it tooth and nail.
R. Holmes & Co. John Kendrick Bangs 1892
The really great person is the one who even in a panic does not lose his head, and the next best thing to not being feazed at danger is, I believe, to be literally paralyzed.
"You argue your case well, Grant; I believe you have our legal light rather feazed -- that's the word, isn't it, Mr. Murdoch?
Dennison Grant: a Novel of To-day Robert J. C. Stead 1919
It's a big irrigation dam that has feazed half a dozen good engineers. "
Out of the Primitive Robert Ames Bennet 1912