Variants of disseise
Origin of disseise
Middle English disseisen, from Anglo-French disseisir, dis- + seisir to put in possession of — more at seize
First Known Use: 14th century
Rhymes with disseise
Andes, appease, Aries, at ease, bee's knees, Belize, Bernese, big cheese, blue cheese, brain freeze, Burmese, camise, Castries, cerise, chemise, Chinese, deep-freeze, degrease, disease, displease, en prise, fasces, fauces, Ganges, headcheese, heartsease, Hermes, jack cheese, Maltese, marquise, menses, nates, quick-freeze, Ramses, reprise, sea breeze, soubise, striptease, strong breeze, Swiss cheese, Thales, unease, unfreeze
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