Origin of dicing
plural noun, singular die.
verb (used with object), diced, dic·ing.
verb (used without object), diced, dic·ing.
Origin of dice
Examples from the Web for dicing
Contemporary Examples of dicing
But then in 2011 he weaponized comedy, slicing and dicing his political rivals in the same way a comedian deals with a heckler.Obama Will Weaponize Comedy at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
May 2, 2014
In 2009, Pfeiffer told David Letterman on Late Night that she won them over by “slicing and dicing Al Pacino.”Mob Wives of Hollywood
April 22, 2011
Historical Examples of dicing
Gaston Carew sat beyond, dicing with a silky rogue who had the coldest, hardest face that Nick had ever seen.Master Skylark
But it was never reasonable that gentlefolk should cheat at their dicing.Chivalry
James Branch Cabell
Charles Fox was a terrible fellow for drinking and dicing; used to see him at Watthiers.Dust
This process complete, they were placed in trays on traveling carriers, which delivered them to the dicing machines.Solaris Farm
Milan C. Edson
He is no longer for drinking or kissing, for dicing or fighting.The God of Love
Justin Huntly McCarthy
Word Origin for dice
"to cut into cubes," late 14c., from dice (n.). Meaning "to play at dice" is from early 15c. Related: Diced; dicing.
see load the dice; no deal (dice).