Apologizing to the bice is a little bit like preaching to the church choir.
At these bice from out her corner gazed with large eyes; they were not persons of an interesting kind.
The others would all be collected about the fire, but bice never approached the fire.
A real living child familiarly called bice, the diminutive for Beatrice, enamoured Dante with a real, genuine love.
It was evident that bice at least believed so, and was not at all afraid to say it.
You will not object to little bice that she finds society intoxicating when she first goes into it.
I was aware that settlements were very troublesome, but I had not thought it possible—bice!
But bice to all appearance had neither the reluctance nor the excitement.
bice turned one ear to her patroness with a startled look of interrogation.
bice had a few things left that once belonged to his mother and father.
"pale blue color," early 15c., shortened from blew bis "blue bice," from French bis "swarthy, brownish-gray" (12c.), cognate with Italian bigio; of unknown origin. Via French combinations azur bis, vert bis the word came into English with a sense of "blue" or "green."