\ˈtōz\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of toze 

archaic

: to pull about especially in disentangling : tease, comb

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History and Etymology for toze

Middle English tosen, probably from (assumed) Old English tāsan; akin to Old English tǣsan to pull, tear

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