Definition of Amercing

1. Verb. (present participle of amerce) ¹



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Definition of Amercing

1. amerce [v] - See also: amerce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amercing

amenuse
amenused
amenuses
amenusing
amerce
amerceable
amerced
amercement
amercements
amercer
amercers
amerces
amerciable
amerciament
amerciaments
amercing (current term)
american samoa
americano
americanos
americas
americium
americiums
americyl
amerism

Literary usage of Amercing

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1. A History of the Forest Or Chace, Known by the Name of Cranborn Chace by William WEST (1816)
"... &c. amercing; such as inclosed their own woods, laying hands unjustly, at their will, on men dwelling in Wilts, under pretence of taking venison, ..."

2. Journal of the House of Representatives of South Carolina. January 8, 1782 by Alexander Samuel Salley (1916)
"the Bill for amercing certain persons, inform'd the House, ... The Senate return'd by their clerk the act for amercing certain persons therein mentioned, ..."

3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... amercing them so deepe, That though they have not grace for to repent, Their wife and children oft for hunger weepe. And this he doth the rather for my ..."

4. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1841)
"... amercing them so deepe, That though they have not grace for to repent, Their wife and children oft for hunger weepe. And this he doth the rather for my ..."

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