Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cess.(verb)
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Use "cesses" in a sentence
"The imposition of unorthodox military extractions known as "cesses," the gradual exclusion of Old English influence from colonial politics, and an increasing suspicion of Old English loyalties by the New English settlers threatened to exacerbate the tensions that already existed between crown and colony."
"It never cesses to amaze me at how quickly republicans forget their own overzealous borrow and spending habits."
"The conference I'm attending is crawling with these Canadians, and they continuously taunt me with foreign phrases like Tell us a-boot the pro-cesses used in the your pro-jexs."