Liscense the spelling of the word license by anyone with superior education or background. It refers to taking a poetic liscense in song or written verse. In old english it referred to loosely using the spelling and definition of a word to fit the scheme of what the author was writing or saying.
The author used his poetic liscense to give the animals their human characteristics.
by Anarchyracing March 21, 2010
Diplomatic way of telling a man that he has neglected to zip up his trousers.
Head waiter: 'Apologetic cough, Excuse me sir do you know that you are flying without a license,
<Thought bubble> ... and that the sight of your scabby dick is upsetting our customers.
by Blue Cawdrey November 21, 2004