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Definition of "essed" [essed]

  • A heavy two-wheeled war-chariot, used by the ancient Britons and Gauls, and adopted at Rome as a pleasure vehicle. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "essed" in a sentence
  • ""Open its 'ittle mousy wousy for its own muzzer; that's a toody woody; that's a b'essed' ittle 'ump o' sugar.""
  • "Mr. Miller assured me the vial was escape-proof, though he conf essed to the time he dropped one down several flights of stairs in a client's apartment building."
  • "During a recent visit, most diners were dr essed up and a couple celebrated a birthday."