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Dyce

[dahys]
noun
  1. Alexander,1798–1869, Scottish editor.
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Historical Examples

  • Mr Singer and Mr Dyce have changed twere to it were for the sake of the metre.

    The Tempest

    William Shakespeare

  • Dyce reads "enthrill'd" (a word that I do not remember to have seen).

  • Malone, Warburton, Dyce, and Collier have wasted their life.

    Obiter Dicta

    Augustine Birrell

  • I should mention, that I take the dates and book-lore from Mr. Dyce himself.

  • Dyce altered "Gaveston" to "Lancaster;" but the language is ironical.