[ tas, teys ]


Origin of tace

Variant of tasse;see tasset

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How to use tace in a sentence

  • The breastplate is short, and consequently the taces are more numerous than when the breastplate is longer.

    Armour & Weapons | Charles John Ffoulkes
  • The later form of Gothic breastplate is longer, and the taces fewer in number.

    Armour & Weapons | Charles John Ffoulkes
  • The sword-belt was narrow, and was worn diagonally over the taces, and the general form of the sword remained unaltered.

  • The tastefully-decorated breastplate has laminated gussets, and taces to which are attached the conspicuous lamboys.

    Spanish Arms and Armour | Albert F. Calvert
  • The taces also are short, with a deep skirt of mail below them.

British Dictionary definitions for tace


/ (tæs, teɪs) /

  1. a less common word for tasset

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