noun, plural (especially collectively) dace, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) dac·es.
Origin of dace
Examples from the Web for dace
He is a very rapacious bird, and it is asserted that, on an average, he will destroy daily half a hundred small roach and dace.The Bird|Jules Michelet
Sir Dace put his coffee-cup on the mantelpiece, and took the note from Coralie.
Sir Dace sat in the corner, his elbow resting on the desk and his hand partly covering his face.
Some of your gang played a low-down trick on Matt, Dace Perry, or he wouldn't have got in your way.Motor Matt; or, The King of the Wheel|Stanley R. Matthews
Dace and chub are pretty and harmless, but require more changes of water than is usually convenient, or they will soon die.Three Hundred Things a Bright Boy Can Do|Anonymous