affeeredˈ (Shakespeare affear'dˈ) adjective
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Main Entry:affeer

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  • affeered — v. assess, estimate; reduce to a fixed amount …   English contemporary dictionary

  • affear'd — affeeredˈ (Shakespeare affear dˈ) adjective Confirmed • • • Main Entry: ↑affeer …   Useful english dictionary

  • Affeer — Af*feer , v. t. [OF. aforer, afeurer, to tax, appraise, assess, fr. L. ad + forum market, court of justice, in LL. also meaning price.] 1. To confirm; to assure. [Obs.] The title is affeered. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. (Old Law) To assess or reduce …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • affeer — əˈfi(ə)r transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Middle English afferen, affuren, from Middle French affeurer, afforer, from a (from Latin ad ) + feur, fuer market price, tax, from Medieval Latin forum market price, from Latin, market place more …   Useful english dictionary

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