I razer zink I am,” returned the philosopher with a faint smile; “mine onkle, I zink, is spraint.
I'm razer frightened to go to buy them alone; sometimes that old woman does look so cross.
So Procurio laid them out in neat array also a razer and brush for shaving.
1540s, alteration of racen "pull or knock down" (a building or town), from earlier rasen (14c.) "to scratch, slash, scrape, erase," from Old French raser "to scrape, shave" (see rase). Related: Razed; razing.