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  1. Fanny Fannie Borach, 1891–1951, U.S. singer and comedian.

  2. a male given name.

Words Nearby Brice Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Brice in a sentence

  • For an instant Brice stood dizzy and irresolute before the gap.

  • Brice walked on silently; the girl was heartless and worthy of her education.

  • Brice's face flushed quickly with genuine shame and remorse.

  • Whispering to me, "Mamma has had a letter from Mrs. Brice; your grandfather has been to walk in the garden."

    Richard Carvel, Complete | Winston Churchill
  • Worrall Brice's adventures in distant parts of the empire would have filled a book—had, in fact, already filled three.

    Once a Week | Alan Alexander Milne

British Dictionary definitions for Brice


/ (braɪs) /

  1. Fanny, real name Fannie Borach . 1891–1951, US actress and singer. The film Funny Girl was based on her life

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