foison, foizon (n.) Old form(s): Foysons, foyzon
[pron: 'foyzn] abundance, plenty, profusion
AC II.vii.20[Antony to Lepidus, of those estimating the flow of the Nile] They know ... if dearth / Or foison follow
Mac IV.iii.88[Macduff to Malcolm] Scotland hath foisons to fill up your will / Of your mere own
Sonn.53.9[] Speak of the spring and foizon of the year
Tem II.i.166[Gonzalo to Alonso, of the imaginary commonwealth] nature should bring forth / Of it own kind all foison, all abundance
Tem IV.i.110[Ceres singing] Earth's increase, foison plenty
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