feaze

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English fesen (to drive, incite, put into action; frighten, terrify, prosecute, punish), from Old English fēsan, fȳsan (to hasten, impel), from Proto-Germanic *funsijaną (to make ready).

Verb[edit]

feaze (third-person singular simple present feazes, present participle feazing, simple past and past participle feazed)

  1. Alternative form of fease
  2. Alternative form of faze
    There's mighty little that feazes you.[1]

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