Chiefly British. variant of -ize: organise.
Practice vs. PractiseThe difference between practice and practise mainly comes down to British vs. American spelling ...
Advice vs. AdviseWhy are advice and advise so similar? It’s no wonder that advice and advise are often confused; they are used in similar contexts and are separated by just one letter. But, that letter signals important distinctions to keep in mind when using the terms. So, what are the differences between the two? What are the differences between advise and advice? Advise is a verb meaning “to give counsel to; offer an opinion …
a noun suffix, occurring in loanwords from French, indicating quality, condition, or function: franchise; merchandise.
Origin of -ise2
Middle English < Old French -ise, variant of -ice
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suffix forming verbs
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