Definition of Transes
1. transe [n] - See also: transe
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Literary usage of Transes
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1. A Dictionary of Difficulties; Or, Appendix to the French Grammar by Pierre François Merlet (1837)
"transes, ' excessive fear, apprehension of great evil.' Angoisses, ' anguish, extreme anxiety.' Etre dans des transes, dans des angoisses mortelles. ..."
2. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"See further under garments of the Irish; Nares cites, from Ware's Antiquities of Ireland, ' their little coats, and strait breeches called transes. ..."
3. Memorialls of the Trubles in Scotland and in England: A.D. 1624-A.D. 1645 by John Spalding (1850)
"... and the saids transes with all dilligence suld be repaired. * A Meeting was held in the rector's house on the ensuing day, of which the following are ..."