Surcease

• (v. i.) To cease. • (v. t.) To cause to cease; to end. • (n.) Cessation; stop; end.
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surcease

(4) death
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Surcease

Sur·cease' intransitive verb To cease. [ Obsolete]
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Surcease

Sur·cease' noun [ French sursis , from sursis , past participle of surseoir to suspend, postpone, defer, in Old French , to delay, refrain from, forbear, Latin supersedere . Surcease is not connected with English cease . See Supersede .] Cessation; st...
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Surcease

Sur·cease' transitive verb To cause to cease; to end. [ Obsolete] 'The waves . . . their range surceast .' Spenser. « The nations, overawed, surceased the fight.» Dryden.
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surcease

surcease 1. To cease, or to bring something to an end. 2. Etymology: from Anglo-French surseser; from Old French sursis, past participle of surseoir, 'to refrain, to delay'; from Latin supersedere, 'to sit on top of, to stay clear of, to abstain from, to forbear, to refrain from'; from super, 'above' + sedere, 'to sit'.
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surcease

to stop or cease
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