- a manner, stage, or aspect of being; phase.
Origin of phasis
1650–60; < New Latin < Greek phásis appearance, equivalent to pha- (base of phaínein to show) + -sis -sis
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Examples from the Web for phasis
It is I apparently who am going to cheat you and carry you off to Phasis.Anabasis
Imagine however that I could even succeed in deluding you to Phasis.The Two Great Retreats of History
It is the phasis of the Union as created by the Constitution.Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862
He had then completed a journey from the Phasis of not much less than 4000 stadia.
Dioscurias, however, is 800 stadia from the Phasis, of 700 to a degree.