noun, plural (especially collectively) dace, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) dac·es.
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Some of us thought they were making up to one another before Sir Dace died—when Ben was attending him.Johnny Ludlow, Fourth Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
He appeared to be cleaving a bunch of reeds to pounce on a dace, just as he had done once too often on that memorable day.The Yeoman Adventurer|George W. Gough
The Chub always liking their fly tied large, the Dace and Roach preferring theirs small.The Sportswoman's Library, v. 2|Various
Lasche—a small fish corresponding to our dace, and abundant in the Lake of Trasimene.The Story of Perugia|Margaret Symonds
Well, one Sunday morning he was fishing as usual, and not a salmon had risen to him, his basket was bare of roach or dace.More English Fairy Tales|Various