Definition of Fices

1. Noun. (plural of fice) ¹



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Definition of Fices

1. fice [n] - See also: fice

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fices

fibular collateral ligament of ankle
fibular lymph node
fibular margin of foot
fibular node
fibular notch
fibular vein
fibular veins
fibulare
fibularis
fibulas
fibulin
fibulocalcaneal
fibulæ
fic
fice
fices (current term)
fiche
fiches
fichtelite
fichu
fichus
ficin
ficins
fick's law of diffusion
fickle
fickled
fickleness
ficklenesses
fickler
fickles

Literary usage of Fices

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1. Literary and Miscellaneous Memoirs by Joseph Cradock, John Bowyer Nichols (1826)
"... une maniere plus conforme aux Canons ; et ce fut pour eux que Louis-le-Gros fonda en 1113 cette Abbaye, qui est en commende, et a quatorze Be"n^fices, ..."

2. History of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1899)
"fices; but the abuse, if such it is to be considered, made incessant progress, till the middle of the eleventh century. There was certainly much reason for ..."

3. The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White, George Christopher Davies (1890)
"fices of that little architect. Again, the regular nest of the house- martin is hemispheric ; but where a rafter, or a joist, or a cornice, may happen to ..."

4. The Light of Nature Pursued by Abraham Tucker (1768)
"... that alone fuf- fices to fet us at work : and this equally the fame whether the avoidance of evil or attainment of ..."

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