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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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.
Men's knowledges have proper limits set,l And should not prease into the mind of God.
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But some of their pronunciations were a bit wide of the mark - so you'd get numbers like Prease Prease Me.