cessant

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Latin cessans, present participle of cessare. See cease.

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cessant (comparative more cessant, superlative most cessant)

  1. (obsolete) inactive; dormant
    • 1648, Walter Montagu Miscellanea Spiritualia, or Devout Essaies
      God hath been pleaſed, by a civil death, to contrive a justifiable intermission of my secular Duties ; and by such a way, as renders even this cessant state in some sort active []

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cessant

  1. present participle of cessar

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cessant (feminine singular cessante, masculine plural cessants, feminine plural cessantes)

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cessant

  1. present participle of cesser

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cessant

  1. third-person plural present active indicative of cessō