Acise vs Acies - What's the difference?

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In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between acise and acies

is that acise is (obsolete) assize while acies is (obsolete) the full attention of one's sight, hearing or other senses, as directed towards a particular object.

As nouns the difference between acise and acies

is that acise is (obsolete) assize while acies is (obsolete) the full attention of one's sight, hearing or other senses, as directed towards a particular object.

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acise

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (obsolete) assize
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    acies

    English

    Noun

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  • (obsolete) The full attention of one's sight, hearing or other senses, as directed towards a particular object.
  • * 1658': And therefore providence hath arched and paved the great house of the world, with colours of mediocrity, that is, blew and green, above and below the sight, moderately terminating the '''''acies'' of the eye. — Sir Thomas Browne, ''The Garden of Cyrus (Folio Society 2007, p. 204)
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