misease

[ mis-eez ]
/ mɪsˈiz /
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noun

Archaic. discomfort; distress; suffering.
Obsolete. poverty.

Nearby words

  1. misdoubt,
  2. mise,
  3. mise en place,
  4. mise en scene,
  5. mise en scène,
  6. miseducate,
  7. miseducation,
  8. misemploy,
  9. miseno,
  10. misenus

Origin of misease

1150–1200; Middle English misese < Old French mesaise. See mis-1, ease

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