At tierce a short chapter-mass was sung followed by continued study; from terce to sext the nuns shall read lessons (l. 1905).
The choir commence the chanting of the psalms of terce and sext.
The standard English pronunciation now is ferce, perce, terce, and it is universal in New England.
Now I hear the bell for terce--go forth, my son, and prove your vocation.
In the monastery church the monks were chanting "terce" to an empty nave.
The middle between them both is 50 degrees and a terce in latitude.
Between breakfast and terce John carried out this intention.
Thou wilt have no terce from my earldom, wherein I am not yet feudally seised.
On Tuesday the nine psalms from the 119th to the 127th shall be read three at each of the services of terce, sext, and nones.
After terce, they shall work at their respective tasks until the ninth hour.