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transe

[ trahns ]
/ trɑns /
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noun, verb (used without object), transed, trans·ing.Scot.

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How to use transe in a sentence

  • Pickey; a round flat little stone used by children in playing transe or Scotch-hop.

  • A light was shining into the transe from the stair which went up at right angles from the end of it.

    Robert Falconer|George MacDonald
  • Hastening back as he came, he was just in time for his dinner, and narrowly escaped encountering Betty in the transe.

    Robert Falconer|George MacDonald
  • He traversed the stair and the transe, entered the parlour, and sat down to his open book as though nothing had happened.

    Robert Falconer|George MacDonald
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