or fice fist
verb (used without object)
- feira de santana,
- feisal i,
- feisal ii,
- feldenkrais method,
Origin of feist
Examples from the Web for fice
That troop has a miserable runt of a fice, and he's smart the same as such pups often are.John Ermine of the Yellowstone|Frederic Remington
She was a prettier byby in the fice than any o' the others—sech a lydylike byby she was—we never 'ad no bother with her!
And Mr. Bayard, sir, 'e ups and laughs fiendish in 'is own father's fice.The Day of Days|Louis Joseph Vance
Stamp your bleedin' 'obnyles (hobnails) on his fice, and fetch it hout!The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land|Ralph Connor
He was named Antony fice Greffoun (Antony, son of the griffin or gripe).Torrent of Portyngale|Unknown
also fist, "a breaking wind, foul smell, fart," mid-15c. (Old English had present participle fisting), a general West Germanic word; cf. Middle Dutch veest, Dutch vijst (see feisty).