Definition of "lese" []

  • Any of various offences committed against the sovereign power in a state; treason (noun)
  • An attack on authority or position (noun)
  • To lose. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • To destroy. (verb)
  • To forsake or abandon. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "lese" in a sentence
  • "That abandonment of the primacy of Justice has had dreadful effects and one of these, along with everyone lese is the emotionalising as in selfishly emoting of modern people."
  • "The country's Attorney General's office sent 36 so-called lese majeste cases to prosecutors last year—double the number sent to court in 2005."
  • "Regarding Thailand's so-called lese majeste law, the law itself has never been an obstacle to discussions, particularly academic ones, about the monarchy, including how the monarchical institution itself has continuously adapted to the changing environment over the past 700 years of its existence in the Kingdom."