noun, plural se·ne.
Origin of sene
Examples from the Web for sene
Sothe you saye, I haue not sene a mynioner this many dayes, I reken it Englishe cloth.
But as this abundance dooth prooue verie pernicious The like haue I sene where hens doo fed vpon the tender blades of garlike.
The last place of our baths, is a citie in Summersetshire, which taketh his name of the hot waters there to be sene and vsed.
The like also is sene there in frogs, wormes, and such like liuing creatures as fall into the same, and find no readie issue.
Of whome Homere sayth / that poe- tes make many lies / and Virgile he saith: The moost part of the sene is but deceyte.The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke|Leonard Cox