Traunce
Traunce \Traunce\, n. & v. See {Trance}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • trance — [[t]træns, trɑns[/t]] n. v. tranced, tranc•ing 1) a half conscious state, seemingly between sleeping and waking, in which ability to function voluntarily may be suspended, esp. a state produced by hypnosis or religious ecstasy 2) a dazed or… …   From formal English to slang

  • incounter — obsolete variant of encounter * * * incounter, traunce, trie obs. ff. encounter, etc …   Useful english dictionary

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