scise

Terms vs Scise - What's the difference?

terms | scise |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb scise is

(obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

Sciss vs Scise - What's the difference?

sciss | scise |


As verbs the difference between sciss and scise

is that sciss is to cut as if with scissors while scise is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

Scise vs Seise - What's the difference?

scise | seise |


As verbs the difference between scise and seise

is that scise is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate while seise is (legal) to vest ownership of a freehold estate in (someone).

Scise vs Sise - What's the difference?

scise | sise |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between scise and sise

is that scise is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate while sise is (obsolete) an assize.

As a verb scise

is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

As a noun sise is

(obsolete) six or sise can be (obsolete) an assize.

Scised vs Scise - What's the difference?

scised | scise |


As verbs the difference between scised and scise

is that scised is (scise) while scise is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

Acise vs Scise - What's the difference?

acise | scise |


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

is that acise is (obsolete) assize while scise is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

As a noun acise

is (obsolete) assize.

As a verb scise is

(obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

Scise vs Scism - What's the difference?

scise | scism |


As a verb scise

is (obsolete) to cut; to penetrate.

As a noun scism is

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