Definition of Surceasing

1. Verb. (present participle of surcease) ¹



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Definition of Surceasing

1. surcease [v] - See also: surcease

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surceasing

surbate
surbated
surbates
surbating
surbed
surbedded
surbedding
surbeds
surbet
surburbanite
surburbanites
surceasance
surcease
surceased
surceases
surceasing (current term)
surcharge
surchargeable
surcharged
surchargement
surchargements
surcharger
surchargers
surcharges
surcharging
surcingle
surcingled
surcingles
surcingling
surcle

Literary usage of Surceasing

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1. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1862)
"Abatable process is not void, and the forbearing to sue, or surceasing, abatable process, is as good a consideration, as the forbearance or ..."

2. A Digest of the Laws of England by John Comyns, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Day (1824)
"So, in consideration, that the plaintiff, to whom a debt was assigned, will forbear a stranger, R. Hard. 74. (B 2.) surceasing of a suit. ..."

3. Spenser's Shepherd's Calendar in Relation to Contemporary Affairs by James Jackson Higginson (1912)
"... for English Verse: having had thereof already great practise, and drawen mee to their faction."™ This scheme for the "surceasing and silence of balde ..."

4. Spenser's Shepherd's Calendar in Relation to Contemporary Affairs by James Jackson Higginson (1912)
"... for English Verse: having had thereof already great practise, and drawen mee to their faction."" This scheme for the "surceasing and silence of balde ..."

5. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1881)
"... for five years past, no probable Reason can be assigned for their surceasing it but the presumption that he did belong to the Church at Marblehead, &c. ..."

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