Related to fnese: finesse
v. i.1.To breathe heavily; to snort.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He has been tactician for some of the great racing skippers, including Russell Coutts, Paul Cayard, Syd Fischer, Knut Frostad, Richard Perini, Grant Simmer, Thomas Fnese, Thomas Coville, Luc gellusseau and Pierre Mas.
They are belied when her body rebels against this artificial performance with a more natural response to tears that is absent from the conventions of courtly love: a runny nose ("therwith she gan to fnese" [1.