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adjectiveIrish English, English Regional, Scottish, Northern
Inclined to stop suddenly and not proceed; given to baulking, jibbing, or reesting.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in Alexander Pennecuik (1652–1722), physician and poet. Probably from reest + -y.
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