sesey

sesey

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sese

interj
an exclamation found in Shakespeare, of uncertain meaning; perhaps from French cessez, meaning 'cease!'; perhaps the same as sessa
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Adisa Sesey, 23, was feeding her barely two-month old daughter at around 5am when she heard shouts of "fire" from outside her first-floor flat.
Yet similar defences could be made of the vocables 'Sesey' at 3.4.90 and 'se se' at 3.6.31, both of which are learnedly rationalized to Johnson's conjecture 'cessez!' In context, it strikes me that in each passage 'Poor Tom' is speaking as if to an animal, probably a dog ('Dauphin').