Definition of Dicings

1. Noun. (plural of dicing) ¹



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Definition of Dicings

1. dicing [n] - See also: dicing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dicings

dichromophil
dichroous
dichroscope
dichroscopes
dichroscopic
dicht
dichted
dichting
dichts
dicier
diciest
dicily
diciness
dicing
dicings (current term)

Literary usage of Dicings

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1. Hellenic Civilization by George Willis Bostsford (1915)
"... giving themselves out to be innocent pleasures, to wit, dicings and profitless associations among men. These in the fulness of time appear in all their ..."

2. Friendship's Offering, and Winter's Wreath.: And Winter's Wreath: a by Thomas Kibble Hervey, Leitch Ritchie (1852)
"... or the dicings in the withdrawing room, where a thousand pound would he lost and won hetween midnight and dawn ; or the dancings, and bowlings, ..."

3. Out West: A Magazine of the Old Pacific and the New by Charles Fletcher Lummis, Archaeological Institute of America Southwest Society, Sequoya League (1903)
"... stock gambling and grain-farm gambling—these dicings, nor any of them, had set down no tap-root in the southern part of the State. ..."

4. The Ingoldsby Legends, Or, Mirth and Marvels by Thomas Ingoldsby (1879)
"Sins of all sorts and shapes, From small practical japes, Up to dicings and drinkings, and murders and rapes, And then of such standing ! ..."

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