Definition of Dicer

1. Noun. A mechanical device used for dicing food.

Generic synonyms: Mechanical Device
Derivative terms: Dice



Definition of Dicer

1. n. A player at dice; a dice player; a gamester.

Definition of Dicer

1. Noun. A gambler who plays dice. ¹

2. Noun. One who, or that which, dices (cuts into cubes); a tool for this purpose. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Dicer

1. a device that dices food [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dicer

dicelike
dicelous
dicentra
dicentras
dicentric
dicentric chromosome
dicentrics
dicephalous
dicephalus
dicephalus diauchenos
dicephalus dipus dibrachius
dicephalus dipus tetrabrachius
dicephalus dipus tribrachius
dicephalus dipygus
dicephalus monauchenos
dicer (current term)
dicers
dices
dicey
diceyness
dich
dichalcogenide
dichalcogenides
dichasia
dichasial
dichasium
dichastic
dicheilia
dicheiria
dichlamydeous

Literary usage of Dicer

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1. Turkish Literature; Comprising Fables, Belles-lettres and Sacred Traditions by Epiphanius Wilson (1901)
"THE dicer A dicer one day lost at play all that he possessed, even to his clothes. Sitting at the door of a wine shop he burst into tears. ..."

2. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by William Carew Hazlitt, Robert Dodsley (1874)
"But when come ye 1 dicer. As soon as I can find him. speedily: For this, ... Seek him, good Dick, and find him dicer. Go home before, make all things very ..."

3. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"CC Colton, author of " I,acon," portrayed as "a clergyman and bankrupt wine-merchant, an EO player, dicer, etc.;" Lord Brougham com- amount of pain he was ..."

4. Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the by Christopher Wordsworth (1853)
"... DAVY THE dicer. '• Long was I Lady Lucre, your serving man, And now have I lost againe all that I got : Wherefore when I thinke of you now and then, ..."

5. A New and Complete Treatise on the Arts of Tanning, Currying, and Leather by Hippolyte Dussauce (1865)
"There is also placed to the rear of the dicer a smoothing tool I, it being carried by a clamp /, attached to the dicer staff. A spring g suitably applied to ..."

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