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feeze, v. t.
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Cancerous ulcers also feize upon this part [lips].
Thomas Hariot Stevens, Henry, 1819-1886 1885
They were fo fond of nails, a$ to feize on all they could find, and with fuch eagernefs as plainly Ihewed they were the moft valuable things they could give them.
But their attempts to feize the arms were repeatedly fruftrated, and Tupia, by direction of the gentlemen, gave them notice, that any fur - ther offer of violence would be punifhed with inftant death.
Charles could not prevail on himfelf to abandon the caufe of epifco - pacy, and fecrttly intended to feize every favourable opportunity to recover the ground he had loft.
Encyclopædia britannica : or, A dictionary of arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature : constructed on a plan, by which the different sciences and arts are digested into the form of distinct treatises or systems .. 1797
Windfor, with orders to feize the delinquents, and bring them off, if they judged they could do it with fafety.
A complete history of Connecticut, civil and ecclesiastical, from the emigration of its first planters from England, in MDCXXX, to MDCCXIII 1797
Gleaming lie ftood, like a rock, on whole iides are the wandering or blafLs, which feize its echoing ftreams and clothe them over with ice.
It became there - fore neceifary to degrade them, as well as to feize their enormous benefices.
A review of ecclesiastical establishments in Europe : containing their history ... : and an essay tending to shew both the political and moral necessity of abolishing exclusive establishments, with answers to some principal objections Whatman, James, 1741-1798 1796
When ready to feize on their carriages and bag - gage, he perceixTd Cromwel, who was now returned from purfuic of the other wing.
The history of England : from the invasion iof Julius Cæsar to the revolution in 1688 ... 1796
AmcricTLf many prifoners had been made, who were in the adlual commtflion of the crime of high treafon: that there were others guilty of that crime who might be taken, but who, for want of fufficieht\evidence, could not at prefent be fecureiy confined: that it had been cuftom - ary in cafes of rebellion, or danger of invaGon from with - outy to enable the crown to feize fufpe£ted perfons.
The history of England : from the revolution to the end of the American war, and peace of Versailles in 1783 : in six volumes : designed as a continuation of Mr. Hume's History 1796
The French feize Courtray the day of the annual fair, and get a great booty.
Historical epochs of the French Revolution, Goudemetz, H 1796
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