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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PEASE

Miss Pease, having been invited out that day, was not present at dinner.

Miss Pease smiled with the superiority of the corrected who is about to correct.

England should be the first on the sea, and able to impose "pease by auctorité."

But the grain of corn is a quite distinct thing from the seed of pease.

Look at the two, for instance, through the youth of a pease blossom, Fig. 8.

Pease pudding hot,Pease pudding cold, Pease pudding in the pot,Nine days old.

The other time was when a man named Pease was going to be executed here.

Pease are a hardy grain, and produce from ten to fifteen bushels to an acre.

Mr. Pease soon saw that our engineer was the very man for his purpose.

Mr. Pease died at Darlington, on the 31st of July, 1858, aged ninety two.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English; see pea, of which this is the etymologically correct form.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.