ISE

Part of speech:

Used to denote " condition, quality of being"; as, franchise. - ice; ize.

Part of speech:

Same as - ISH.

Part of speech:

Used to form verbs: same as - IZE.

Part of speech:

Used to form verbs denoting to make; give; practise; as, liberalize, tyrannize.

Part of speech:

Used to form nouns; same as - ISE.

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Usage examples "ise":

  1. Ise got a mighty heap of trouble on my mind. - "Minnie's Sacrifice", Frances Ellen Watkins Harper.
  2. Ise berry sorry, sah, dat I didn't come soonah to ax you 'bout it, but I didn't like to 'sturb you, said Ben, looking much distressed. - "Grandmother Elsie", Martha Finley.
  3. 33. Ise seniyatagweniyohkwe, " ye two were the principals." - "The Iroquois Book of Rites", Horatio Hale.