verb (used with object), spiced, spic·ing.
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Origin of spice
OTHER WORDS FROM spice
Example sentences from the Web for spice
Did you continually find yourself repeating, 'Respice finem!A Day's Ride|Charles James Lever
But if success be indeed the only criterion of prudence, Respice finem,—wait till the end!
Respice et plange: first, 'Look and lament' or mourn; which is indeed the most kindly and natural effect of such a spectacle.
Truly she did; but respice finem, or rather, we may say, we have lived to see the end.Tradition|John Francis Arundell
O anima Christiana, respice vulnera patientis, sanguinem morientis, pretium redemptionis.The Cloister and the Hearth|Charles Reade
British Dictionary definitions for spice
- any of a variety of aromatic vegetable substances, such as ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, used as flavourings
- these substances collectively
Derived forms of spicespicer, noun
Word Origin for spice
Idioms and Phrases with spice
see variety is the spice of life.