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Pick up that cross.
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He was very cross.
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She was even crosser.
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  • has an article on: feist Wikipedia fist Earliest sense is “fart”, and later “stink” as abbreviation for fysting cur “stinking dog” (1520s). From Middle
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  • 1896, American, feist ‎(“small, aggressive dog”) +‎ -y; the term feist (now rare) itself originally meant “stink”, and earlier “fart”, from Middle English
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  • See also: FICE feist, fise, fist fice ‎(plural fices) (US regional) A small, snappy, belligerent, mixed-breed dog. 1805 October 3, Lorenzo Dow, journal
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  • originally a past participle. Compare West Frisian fet, English fat, German feist. Rhymes: -ɛt IPA(key): /vɛt/ vet ‎(comparative vetter, superlative vetst)
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