At this moment a loud peal of laughter greeted the second dicer.
He leaned forward, white and eager, waiting for the truth like a dicer for the final throw.
With the sandbox tilted in the air, like a dicer about to make his throw, he looked at the lad.
"to cut into cubes," late 14c., from dice (n.). Meaning "to play at dice" is from early 15c. Related: Diced; dicing.