[ tas, teys ]


Origin of tace

Variant of tasse;see tasset

Words Nearby tace

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How to use tace in a sentence

  • He must pay toll to the bishop when he buys and sells; he must pay tace, apparently the pannage of a later time, for his pigs.

    Domesday Book and Beyond | Frederic William Maitland
  • Eus'tace (Jack), the lover of Lucinda, and "a very worthy young fellow," of good character and family.

  • Mme. Dauvray had been really pained by the conversation of Adele tace.

    At the Villa Rose | A. E. W. Mason
  • Adele tace casually suggested the kind of dress which she would prefer.

    At the Villa Rose | A. E. W. Mason
  • Adele tace looked the girl over with interest and smiled contentedly.

    At the Villa Rose | A. E. W. Mason

British Dictionary definitions for tace


/ (tæs, teɪs) /

  1. a less common word for tasset

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