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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).

Incessibill, Inceissabill, a. [e.m.E. inceasible (1624), incessable (1545).] Incessant, without cease. — c1550 Rolland Ct. Venus iv. 492.
Sa ȝour grace thocht his seruice acceptabill, I sall vphald his seruice inceissabill
1554 Knox III. 84.
The Spreit of God … making intercessioun for us with incessibill groanis

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