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feague definition

  • verb:
    • To decorate or improve to look at through synthetic means.
    • To increase the liveliness of a horse by placing an irritant, such a piece of peeled natural ginger or a live eel, with its fundament.
    • to conquer or whip; to push.
    • To decorate or enhance to look at through synthetic means.
    • to improve the liveliness of a horse by inserting an irritant, such as for example an item of peeled raw ginger or a live eel, with its fundament.
    • To beat or whip; to drive.
    • To decorate or improve to look at through artificial means.
    • to improve the liveliness of a horse by placing an irritant, eg a bit of peeled natural ginger or a live eel, with its fundament.
    • to conquer or whip; to operate a vehicle.
    • To embellish or enhance in features through artificial means.
    • to boost the liveliness of a horse by inserting an irritant, such as for example a bit of peeled natural ginger or a live eel, with its fundament.
    • To decorate or enhance to look at through artificial means.
    • To beat or whip; to operate a vehicle.
    • To increase the liveliness of a horse by inserting an irritant, such a piece of peeled raw ginger or a live eel, with its fundament.
    • To beat or whip; to drive.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To beat or whip; to-drive.
    • to conquer or whip; to operate a vehicle.
    • To beat or whip; to-drive.
    • To beat or whip; to drive.
    • to conquer or whip; to-drive.
  • others:
    • to conquer or whip.
    • To discomfit; perplex.
    • become perplexed.
    • to conquer or whip.
    • To discomfit; perplex.
    • To be perplexed.
    • to conquer or whip.
    • To discomfit; perplex.
    • To be perplexed.
    • to conquer or whip.
    • to conquer or whip.
    • To discomfit; perplex.
    • To discomfit; perplex.
    • becoming perplexed.
    • becoming perplexed.
  • noun:
    • A dirty, sluttish, idle fellow.
    • A dirty, sluttish, idle other.
    • A dirty, sluttish, idle other.
    • A dirty, sluttish, idle other.
    • A dirty, sluttish, idle fellow.
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