Misease
Misease Mis*ease", n. [OE. mesaise, OF. mesaise.] Want of ease; discomfort; misery. [Obs.] --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

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  • misease — /mis eez /, n. 1. Archaic. discomfort; distress; suffering. 2. Obs. poverty. [1150 1200; ME misese < OF mesaise. See MIS 1, EASE] * * * …   Universalium

  • misease — noun /mɪsˈiːz/ Suffering, distress. I ded to hym no displesure – and God knowith I am full sory for hys maledye and hys myssease …   Wiktionary

  • misease — sb. RG. 34, 450, 490 adj. 520 β …   Oldest English Words

  • misease — mis·ease …   English syllables

  • misease — (ˈ)mis+ noun Etymology: Middle English meseise, misese, from Old French mesaise, from mes mis (I) + aise comfort, ease more at ease : lack of ease : discomfort, distress …   Useful english dictionary

  • Riches — Rich es, n. pl. [OE. richesse, F. richesse, from riche rich, of German origin. See {Rich},a.] 1. That which makes one rich; an abundance of land, goods, money, or other property; wealth; opulence; affluence. [1913 Webster] Riches do not consist… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • discomfort — n 1. uneasiness, disquietude, anxiety, worry, concern, care, trouble; hardship, distress, Archaic. misease; mild hurt, uncomfortableness, malaise, aches and pains. 2. ache, pain, pang, throb, twinge, smart, sting, burn; nuisance, pest, bother,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • suffering — n 1. discomfort, distress, misery, Obs. pathos, anguish, Archaic. misease; torment, torture, agony, affliction; ache, hurt, pang, pain; twinge, nip, pinch, smart; soreness, throbbing, shooting, cramp, stitch; seizure, spasm, throe, paroxysm,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • mesais — variant of misease …   Useful english dictionary

  • mesease — obs. form of misease …   Useful english dictionary

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