Definition of Peizing
1. peize [v] - See also: peize
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Literary usage of Peizing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Defense of Poesy, Otherwise Known as An Apology for Poetry by Sir Philip Sidney (1890)
"peizing. Poising, weighing. Used by Shakespeare. 1134. Parts. Cf. 2612 ff. Anatomies. Dissections. 12 15. Music. Cf. 23 25, 33 26, and see 2010. 1218. ..."
2. The Defense of Poesy: Otherwise Known as An Apology for Poetry by Philip Sidney, Albert Stanburrough Cook (1890)
"... fall from the mouth, but peizing each syllable of each word by just 30 proportion, according to the dignity of the subject. Now therefore it shall not ..."
3. In Old Ceylon by Reginald John Farrer (1908)
"... a sapphire, say, is very perceptibly heavier than a glass or crystal of the same size, and any instructed babe should, by peizing a pebble in his palm, ..."
4. The Covent Garden Journal by John Joseph Stockdale (1810)
"In any thing that I hi means wish to justify or duct of Mr. Kemble, if he author of any of the insult and especially of the mea peizing part of his audie\ ..."
5. English Essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay (1910)
"fall from the mouth,but peizing' each syllable of each word by just proportion, according to the dignity of the subject. Now, therefore, it shall not be ..."
6. Hours with the Bible; or, The Scriptures in the light of modern discovery by John Cunningham Geikie (1882)
"From these and from ancient authors, however, we find that Tiglath-pileser, after peizing the throne, to which he had apparently no legitimate title, ..."