- to untwist (the end of a rope).
Origin of feaze1
- a state of vexation or worry.
- a violent rush or impact.
Origin of feeze
Examples from the Web for feaze
Historical Examples of feaze
She gets them, any way, and they don't seem to feaze her a particle.Peggy Stewart at School
Gabrielle E. Jackson
Her opinion of him, however, did not feaze Harris in the least.The Girls of Hillcrest Farm
Amy Bell Marlowe
But it's only fair to warn you that it may turn up some things that'll feaze you.The Price
- nautical to make or become unravelled or frayed
Word Origin for feaze
- (tr) to beat
- to drive off
- mainly US to disconcert; worry
- a rush
- mainly US a state of agitation