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disseisin

noun dis·sei·sin \-ˈsē-zən\

Definition of DISSEISIN

:  the act of disseising :  the state of being disseised

Variants of DISSEISIN

dis·sei·sin or dis·sei·zin \-ˈsē-zən\

Origin of DISSEISIN

Middle English dysseysyne, from Anglo-French disseisine, from disseisir
First Known Use: 14th century

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July 05, 2015
bunkum Hear it
insincere or foolish talk
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