little–ease

noun

Definition of little–ease

  1. :  a place of confinement (as an extremely small prison cell) or a confining device (as a pillory) making it impossible for a prisoner to have even ordinary comfort or freedom of movement

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Circa 1529

First Known Use of little–ease

circa 1529


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