Definition of Preases

1. prease [v] - See also: prease



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preases

preapproving
prearchival
prearm
prearmed
prearming
prearms
prearrange
prearranged
prearrangement
prearrangements
prearranges
prearranging
prearrival
prease
preased
preases (current term)
preasing
preaspiration
preaspirations

Literary usage of Preases

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1. Russia Under the Autocrat, Nicholas the First by Ivan Golovin (1846)
"peasant functionaries are overwhelmed in- preases their rapacity as much as their influence. The half measures which Nicholas has hitherto taken, ..."

2. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1898)
"He preases his cap between his hands, looks up and prays. The Stranger eyes him attentively. Francis to the Etranger. " This old man's share of earthly ..."

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