6 letter words ending in ise

Advise (v. t.) To give advice to; to offer an opinion, as worthy or expedient to be followed; to counsel; to warn.

Advise (v. t.) To give information or notice to; to inform; -- with of before the thing communicated; as, we were advised of the risk.

Advise (v. t.) To consider; to deliberate.

Advise (v. t.) To take counsel; to consult; -- followed by with; as, to advise with friends.

Agrise (v. i.) To shudder with terror; to tremble with fear.

Agrise (v. t.) To shudder at; to abhor; to dread; to loathe.

Agrise (v. t.) To terrify; to affright.

Aguise (n.) Dress.

Aguise (v. t.) To dress; to attire; to adorn.

Apoise (adv.) Balanced.

Araise (v. t.) To raise.

Braise (n.) Alt. of Braize

Braise (n.) Alt. of Braize

Braise (v. t.) To stew or broil in a covered kettle or pan.

Bruise (v. t.) To injure, as by a blow or collision, without laceration; to contuse; as, to bruise one's finger with a hammer; to bruise the bark of a tree with a stone; to bruise an apple by letting it fall.

Bruise (v. t.) To break; as in a mortar; to bray, as minerals, roots, etc.; to crush.

Bruise (v. i.) To fight with the fists; to box.

Bruise (n.) An injury to the flesh of animals, or to plants, fruit, etc., with a blunt or heavy instrument, or by collision with some other body; a contusion; as, a bruise on the head; bruises on fruit.

Cerise (a.) Cherry-colored; a light bright red; -- applied to textile fabrics, especially silk.

Chaise (n.) A two-wheeled carriage for two persons, with a calash top, and the body hung on leather straps, or thorough-braces. It is usually drawn by one horse.

Chaise (n.) a carriage in general.

Cotise (n.) See Cottise.

Croise (n.) A pilgrim bearing or wearing a cross.

Croise (n.) A crusader.

Cruise (n.) See Cruse, a small bottle.

Cruise (v. i.) To sail back and forth on the ocean; to sail, as for the potection of commerce, in search of an enemy, for plunder, or for pleasure.

Cruise (v. i.) To wander hither and thither on land.

Cruise (n.) A voyage made in various directions, as of an armed vessel, for the protection of other vessels, or in search of an enemy; a sailing to and fro, as for exploration or for pleasure.

Demise (n.) Transmission by formal act or conveyance to an heir or successor; transference; especially, the transfer or transmission of the crown or royal authority to a successor.

Demise (n.) The decease of a royal or princely person; hence, also, the death of any illustrious person.

Demise (n.) The conveyance or transfer of an estate, either in fee for life or for years, most commonly the latter.

Demise (v. t.) To transfer or transmit by succession or inheritance; to grant or bestow by will; to bequeath.

Demise (v. t.) To convey; to give.

Demise (v. t.) To convey, as an estate, by lease; to lease.

Devise (v. t.) To form in the mind by new combinations of ideas, new applications of principles, or new arrangement of parts; to formulate by thought; to contrive; to excogitate; to invent; to plan; to scheme; as, to devise an engine, a new mode of writing, a plan of defense, or an argument.

Devise (v. t.) To plan or scheme for; to purpose to obtain.

Devise (v. t.) To say; to relate; to describe.

Devise (v. t.) To imagine; to guess.

Devise (v. t.) To give by will; -- used of real estate; formerly, also, of chattels.

Devise (v. i.) To form a scheme; to lay a plan; to contrive; to consider.

Devise (n.) The act of giving or disposing of real estate by will; -- sometimes improperly applied to a bequest of personal estate.

Devise (n.) A will or testament, conveying real estate; the clause of a will making a gift of real property.

Devise (n.) Property devised, or given by will.

Devise (n.) Device. See Device.

Excise (n.) That department or bureau of the public service charged with the collection of the excise taxes.

Excise (v. t.) To lay or impose an excise upon.

Excise (v. t.) To impose upon; to overcharge.

Excise (v. t.) To cut out or off; to separate and remove; as, to excise a tumor.

Fraise (n.) A large and thick pancake, with slices of bacon in it.

Fraise (n.) A defense consisting of pointed stakes driven into the ramparts in a horizontal or inc

Fraise (n.) A fluted reamer for enlarging holes in stone; a small milling cutter.

Fraise (v. t.) To protect, as a

Froise (n.) A kind of pancake. See 1st Fraise.

Incise (v. t.) To cut in or into with a sharp instrument; to carve; to engrave.

Incise (v. t.) To cut, gash, or wound with a sharp instrument; to cut off.

Jewise (n.) Same as Juise.

Juwise (n.) Same as Juise.

Nowise (n.) Not in any manner or degree; in no way; noways.

Pavise (n.) A large shield covering the whole body, carried by a pavisor, who sometimes screened also an archer with it.

Plaise (n.) See Plaice.

Praise (v.) To commend; to applaud; to express approbation of; to laud; -- applied to a person or his acts.

Praise (v.) To extol in words or song; to magnify; to glorify on account of perfections or excellent works; to do honor to; to display the excellence of; -- applied especially to the Divine Being.

Praise (v.) To value; to appraise.

Praise (v.) Commendation for worth; approval expressed; honor rendered because of excellence or worth; laudation; approbation.

Praise (v.) Especially, the joyful tribute of gratitude or homage rendered to the Divine Being; the act of glorifying or extolling the Creator; worship, particularly worship by song, distinction from prayer and other acts of worship; as, a service of praise.

Praise (v.) The object, ground, or reason of praise.

Remise (v. t.) To send, give, or grant back; to release a claim to; to resign or surrender by deed; to return.

Remise (n.) A giving or granting back; surrender; return; release, as of a claim.

Revise (v. t.) To look at again for the detection of errors; to reexamine; to review; to look over with care for correction; as, to revise a writing; to revise a translation.

Revise (v. t.) To compare (a proof) with a previous proof of the same matter, and mark again such errors as have not been corrected in the type.

Revise (v. t.) To review, alter, and amend; as, to revise statutes; to revise an agreement; to revise a dictionary.

Revise (n.) A review; a revision.

Revise (n.) A second proof sheet; a proof sheet taken after the first or a subsequent correction.

Unwise (a.) Not wise; defective in wisdom; injudicious; indiscreet; foolish; as, an unwise man; unwise kings; unwise measures.

Uprise (v. i.) To rise; to get up; to appear from below the horizon.

Uprise (v. i.) To have an upward direction or inclination.

Uprise (n.) The act of rising; appearance above the horizon; rising.

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Mark McCracken

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