noun, plural pice.
Origin of pice
Examples from the Web for pice
Sribatsa and his wife, without a pice in their pocket, went to a village which was hard by.Folk-Tales of Bengal|Lal Behari Day
A good bowl of rice, called "cat's head" and costing twenty cash, or one cent gold, was usually the pice de rsistance.A Wayfarer in China|Elizabeth Kendall
The pice de rsistance is the Renaissance tomb of the Cardinals d'Amboise.The Cathedrals of Northern France|Francis Miltoun
It is a commodity not marketable, and Nature somehow ceases to produce what has not its value in the pice courant.Charles Lever, His Life in His Letters, Vol. II (of II)|Edmund Downey
The mouth was stuffed with rags, but when they were removed we beheld it filled with money—rupees and pice mixed together.Confessions of a Thug|Philip Meadows Taylor