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foison

noun foi·son \ˈfi-zən\

Definition of FOISON

1
archaic :  rich harvest
2
chiefly Scottish :  physical energy or strength
3
plural obsolete :  resources

Origin of FOISON

Middle English foisoun, from Anglo-French fuisun, foison, from Latin fusion-, fusio outpouring — more at fusion
First Known Use: 14th century

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