feeze

noun
\ˈfēz, ˈfāz \

Definition of feeze 

1 chiefly dialectal : rush

2 dialect : a state of alarm or excitement

First Known Use of feeze

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for feeze

Middle English veze, from fesen, vesen to drive away — more at faze

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