Origin of trice1
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Origin of trice2
OTHER WORDS FROM triceun·triced, adjective
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Origin of -trice
How to use trice in a sentence
The affair took place in 1652, and was fought with swords, the Colonel being run through the body in a trice.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
In a trice he speeded up the Comet and leaped forward toward the caon, sand and loosened pebbles dropping all around him.Motor Matt's "Century" Run|Stanley R. Matthews
Hence to Tom Trice for the probate of the will and had it done to my mind, which did give my father and me good content.
Early to my cozen Thomas Trice to discourse about our affairs, and he did make demand of the L200 and the interest thereof.
Up, and this morning comes Mr. Clerke, and tells me that the Injunction against Trice is dismissed again, which troubles me much.