Meaning of SCHESIS in English

ˈskē]sə̇s, -ke] noun

( plural scheses ]ˌsēz\)

Etymology: Greek, condition, quality, relation; akin to Greek echein, schein to have, hold — more at scheme

obsolete : general state or disposition of the body or mind or of one thing with regard to other things : habitude , relation

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