Leese (?), v. t. [See Lose.]

To lose.

[Obs.]

They would rather leese their friend than their jest. Lord Burleigh.

 

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Leese, v. t. [Cf. f. l'eser, L.laesus, p. p. of laedere.]

To hurt.

[Obs.]

B. Jonson.

 

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