feasance

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Anglo-Norman fesance, from Old French faisance (action, deed, enactment), from faisant, present participle of faire

Noun[edit]

feasance (plural feasances)

  1. (law) the performing of an act, especially out of one's duty

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