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First published 2001 (DOST Vol. X).
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Teaze, n. [Tas(e v. e. See also Tee n.1 (SND).] The place where a golf-ball is placed before being struck, a golf tee. — a1646 Wedderburn Voc. (1709) 26.
Statumen, the teaze

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