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breeze

breeze
(n.) Alt. of Breeze fly
(n.) A light, gentle wind; a fresh, soft-blowing wind.
(n.) An excited or ruffed state of feeling; a flurry of excitement; a disturbance; a quarrel; as, the discovery produced a breeze.
(n.) Refuse left in the process of making coke or burning charcoal.
(n.) Refuse coal, coal ashes, and cinders, used in the burning of bricks.
(v. i.) To blow gently.

cheese

cheese
(n.) The curd of milk, coagulated usually with rennet, separated from the whey, and pressed into a solid mass in a hoop or mold.
(n.) A mass of pomace, or ground apples, pressed together in the form of a cheese.
(n.) The flat, circular, mucilaginous fruit of the dwarf mallow (Malva rotundifolia).
(n.) A low courtesy; -- so called on account of the cheese form assumed by a woman's dress when she stoops after extending the skirts by a rapid gyration.

creese

creese
(n.) A dagger or short sword used by the Malays, commonly having a serpentine blade.

fleece

fleece
(n.) The entire coat of wood that covers a sheep or other similar animal; also, the quantity shorn from a sheep, or animal, at one time.
(n.) Any soft woolly covering resembling a fleece.
(n.) The fine web of cotton or wool removed by the doffing knife from the cylinder of a carding machine.
(v. t.) To deprive of a fleece, or natural covering of wool.
(v. t.) To strip of money or other property unjustly, especially by trickery or fraud; to bring to straits by oppressions and exactions.
(v. t.) To spread over as with wool.

freeze

freeze
(n.) A frieze.
(n.) The act of congealing, or the state of being congealed.
(v. i.) To become congealed by cold; to be changed from a liquid to a solid state by the abstraction of heat; to be hardened into ice or a like solid body.
(v. i.) To become chilled with cold, or as with cold; to suffer loss of animation or life by lack of heat; as, the blood freezes in the veins.
(v. t.) To congeal; to harden into ice; to convert from a fluid to a solid form by cold, or abstraction of heat.
(v. t.) To cause loss of animation or life in, from lack of heat; to give the sensation of cold to; to chill.

greece

greece
Ancient Greece; a country of city-states (especially Athens and Sparta) that reached its peak in the fifth century BCE
(n. pl.) a republic in southeastern Europe on the southern part of the Balkan peninsula; known for grapes and olives and olive oil
(pl.) of Gree

greene

greene
English novelist and Catholic (1904-1991)

greeve

greeve
(n.) See Grieve, an overseer.
(n.) A manager of a farm, or overseer of any work; a reeve; a manorial bailiff.

pheese

pheese
(n.) Fretful excitement.
(v. t.) To comb; also, to beat; to worry.

sleeve

sleeve
(n.) See Sleave, untwisted thread.
(n.) The part of a garment which covers the arm; as, the sleeve of a coat or a gown.
(n.) A narrow channel of water.
(n.) A tubular part made to cover, sustain, or steady another part, or to form a connection between two parts.
(n.) A long bushing or thimble, as in the nave of a wheel.
(n.) A short piece of pipe used for covering a joint, or forming a joint between the ends of two other pipes.
(v. t.) To furnish with sleeves; to put sleeves into; as, to sleeve a coat.

sneeze

sneeze
(n.) A sudden and violent ejection of air with an audible sound, chiefly through the nose.
(v. i.) To emit air, chiefly through the nose, audibly and violently, by a kind of involuntary convulsive force, occasioned by irritation of the inner membrane of the nose.

speece

speece
(n.) Species; sort.

steele

steele
English writer (1672-1729)

steeve

steeve
(n.) The angle which a bowsprit makes with the horizon, or with the line of the vessel's keel; -- called also steeving.
(n.) A spar, with a block at one end, used in stowing cotton bales, and similar kinds of cargo which need to be packed tightly.
(v. i.) To project upward, or make an angle with the horizon or with the line of a vessel's keel; -- said of the bowsprit, etc.
(v. t.) To elevate or fix at an angle with the horizon; -- said of the bowsprit, etc.
(v. t.) To stow, as bales in a vessel's hold, by means of a steeve. See Steeve, n. (b).

tweese

tweese
(n.) Alt. of Tweeze

tweeze

tweeze
(n.) A surgeon's case of instruments.

wheeze

wheeze
(n.) A piping or whistling sound caused by difficult respiration.
(n.) An ordinary whisper exaggerated so as to produce the hoarse sound known as the "stage whisper." It is a forcible whisper with some admixture of tone.
(v. i.) To breathe hard, and with an audible piping or whistling sound, as persons affected with asthma.

wreeke

wreeke
(v. t.) See 2d Wreak.