prease

Related to prease: Praeses

prease

(preɪz)
n, vb
an archaic form of praise

prease

(priːs)
n, vb
an archaic form of press1
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you will say perchance it is your love [but] will you in love prease your Sovereign thereby to offend him, your Sovereign per[chance] [may] mistake your love, and punish it as an offence.
If ever I, O mighty Gods, have done you service true, In setting forth by painful pain your glorious praises due; If on the forked hill I tread; if ever I did prease To drink of the Pegasian spring, that flowers without release; If ever I on Pindus dwell'd.
Hudson dedicates Judith to his patron and lord, James VI: 'And since in vulgar verse I prease to sing, / This godly Pme to a Christian King' (I.
This dreame put him all night into a fever, and yet nothwithstanding, the next morning when he heard that they caried Caesars body to buriall, being ashamed not to accompany his funerals: he went out of his house, and thrust him self into the prease of the common people that were in a great uprore.
this shewes his loue to you, but your open ignorance to him, you will say perchance it is your loue, will you in loue prease vppon your Soueraigne thereby to offend him, your Soueraigne perchance mistake your loue, and punnish it as an offence, but heare me when hereafter comes by you, doe as they doe in Scotland stand still see all, and vse silence, so shall you cherish his visitation and see him, thrice for once amongst you, but I feare my counsell is but water turnd into the Tems it helps not.
Men's knowledges have proper limits set,l And should not prease into the mind of God.
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With shield of proofe shield me Se escudo que me escude del from out the prease aprieto Of those fierce darts, dispaire at Que desespera y lanza dardos me doth throw: miles; O make me in those civill warres Cesen dentro de mi guerras to cease; civiles.
But some of their pronunciations were a bit wide of the mark - so you'd get numbers like Prease Prease Me.
The inhabitants of the Americas had lacked a civic sense, and this fundamental lack made them savage and left them vulnerable: "Lett us abhorre the beastlie Indians, whose unworthie particulars made the way patent of their miserable subjectioun and slaverie to the Spaniards; and lett us prease to resemble the worthie ancient Romans, who not onlie preferred their commoun weal to their owne particulars, but even their owne proper lives".
MAI TAMBA: Prease, oh prease Masta, oh, you can pay her onry what moneys you have, oh prease Masta--PREASE MASTA