Definition of Tappice

1. v. i. See Tapish.



Definition of Tappice

1. to lie low [v TAPPICED, TAPPICING, TAPPICES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tappice

tapotements
tappa
tappable
tappas
tapped
tapped out
tappee
tappees
tappen
tapper
tappers
tappester
tappet
tappet wrench
tappets
tappice (current term)
tappiced
tappices
tappicing
tapping
tapping up
tappings
tappit
tappit hen
tappit hens
tappy
taproom
taprooms
taproot
taproots

Literary usage of Tappice

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1. Peveril of the Peak by Walter Scott (1893)
"Slaver, saliva. Stricken, whole, entire. Syncope", contraction, amalgamation. Tantivy, at a violent gallop. tappice, to squat, to crouch. Tilt, awning. ..."

2. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1872)
"... or tappice. To hide, or take shelter. An old term in hunting ; said to be from the French, but, on inquiry, I cannot find such a word. ..."

3. The Gaelic Etymology of the Languages of Western Europe and More Especially by Charles Mackay (1877)
"... or tappice.— To hide or take shelter : an old term in hunting, said to be from the French, but on inquiry I cannot find such a word. — NARES. ..."

4. A Glossary by Robert Nares (1872)
"... or tappice. To hide, or take shelter. An old term in hunting; said to be from the French, but, on inquiry, I cannot find such a word. ..."

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