• Definition for "feeze"
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feeze definition

  • noun:
    • fretful excitement
    • fretful excitement
    • a race; a run; a running start, as for a leap
    • a race; a run; a running start, in terms of a leap
    • vexation; worry; stress
    • vexation; stress; stress
    • Fretful pleasure. [Obs.] See feaze.
    • A race; a run; a running begin, in terms of a leap.
    • Vexation; worry; fret.
    • Fretful excitement. [Obs.] See feaze.
    • A race; a run; a running begin, in terms of a leap.
    • Vexation; stress; fret.
    • fretful pleasure
    • fretful excitement
    • a race; a run; a running start, for a leap
    • a race; a run; a running begin, for a leap
    • vexation; stress; stress
    • vexation; worry; fret
    • Fretful pleasure. [Obs.] See feaze.
    • Fretful pleasure. [Obs.] See feaze.
    • fretful excitement
    • a race; a run; a running start, in terms of a leap
    • A race; a run; a running begin, in terms of a leap.
    • A race; a run; a running begin, in terms of a leap.
    • vexation; worry; worry
    • Vexation; worry; fret.
    • Vexation; worry; fret.
    • Fretful pleasure. [Obs.] See feaze.
    • A race; a run; a running start, in terms of a leap.
    • Vexation; stress; fret.
  • verb:
    • to push off; frighten away; put to trip
    • to operate a vehicle down; frighten away; placed to trip
    • to operate a vehicle off; frighten away; put to journey
    • to push down; frighten away; put to journey
    • to drive off; frighten away; put to trip
  • verb-transitive:
    • To turn, as a screw.
    • to make, as a screw.
    • To beat; to chastise; to modest; to fret.
    • to conquer; to chastise; to modest; to be concerned.
    • To turn, as a screw.
    • To turn, as a screw.
    • to conquer; to chastise; to humble; to be concerned.
    • To beat; to chastise; to modest; to stress.
    • To turn, as a screw.
    • To beat; to chastise; to modest; to fret.
  • others:
    • to operate a vehicle down; frighten away; placed to flight.
    • To drive; compel; urge.
    • To beat; whip; chastise.
    • To vex; stress; harass; plague; tease; disrupt.
    • to complete for; settle or finish.
    • To stress; take a fume; stress: as, she frets and feezes.
    • To sneeze.
    • To untwist the end of (something made from threads or fibers); ravel aside.
    • To untwist; ravel on.
    • To dawdle; loiter.
    • To screw; perspective; tighten by screwing.
    • to operate a vehicle down; frighten away; put to trip.
    • to-drive; compel; urge.
    • to conquer; whip; chastise.
    • To vex; worry; harass; plague; tease; disturb.
    • to-do for; settle or finish.
    • To worry; maintain a fume; stress: as, she frets and feezes.
    • To sneeze.
    • To untwist the end of (something made from threads or materials); ravel on.
    • To untwist; ravel out.
    • To dawdle; loiter.
    • To screw; angle; tighten by screwing.
    • to push off; frighten away; placed to trip.
    • to push off; frighten away; placed to trip.
    • To drive; compel; urge.
    • To drive; compel; urge.
    • to conquer; whip; chastise.
    • To beat; whip; chastise.
    • To vex; worry; harass; plague; tease; disturb.
    • To vex; stress; harass; plague; tease; disturb.
    • To do for; settle or finish.
    • doing for; settle or finish.
    • To worry; maintain a fume; stress: as, she frets and feezes.
    • To fret; be in a fume; worry: as, she frets and feezes.
    • To sneeze.
    • To sneeze.
    • To untwist the termination of (everything made of threads or fibers); ravel out.
    • To untwist the termination of (anything made of threads or fibers); ravel aside.
    • To untwist; ravel down.
    • To untwist; ravel out.
    • To dawdle; loiter.
    • To dawdle; loiter.
    • To screw; angle; tighten by screwing.
    • To screw; angle; tighten by screwing.
    • to-drive off; frighten away; placed to journey.
    • to-drive; compel; urge.
    • To beat; whip; chastise.
    • To vex; worry; harass; plague; tease; disturb.
    • To do for; settle or finish.
    • To fret; be in a fume; stress: as, she frets and feezes.
    • To sneeze.
    • To untwist the termination of (everything manufactured from threads or fibers); ravel aside.
    • To untwist; ravel down.
    • To dawdle; loiter.
    • To screw; twist; tighten by screwing.
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