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ambsace

or ames·ace

[ eymz-eys, amz- ]
/ ˈeɪmzˌeɪs, ˈæmz- /
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noun Archaic.

the lowest throw at dice, the double ace.
bad luck; misfortune.
the smallest amount or distance.

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Origin of ambsace

First recorded in 1250–1300; Middle English ambes as, from Old French, from Latin ambas “both” + as “unit (of money, weight, etc)”; see ace
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British Dictionary definitions for ambsace

ambsace

amesace

/ (ˈeɪmzˌeɪs, ˈæmz-) /

noun

double ace, the lowest throw at dice
bad luck

Word Origin for ambsace

C13: from Old French ambes as, both aces; as from Latin: unit
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