Definition of Amesace

1. n. Same as Ambs- ace.



Definition of Amesace

1. ambsace [n -S] - See also: ambsace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amesace

american samoa
americano
americanos
americas
americium
americiums
americyl
amerism
ameristic
amero
ameros
amesace (current term)
amesaces
amese
amesed
ameses
amesing
amesite
amess
amesses
ametabola
ametabolian
ametabolic
ametabolous
amethocaine
amethodist

Literary usage of Amesace

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1. Representative English Plays: From the Middle Ages to the End of the by John Strong Perry Tatlock, Robert Grant Martin (1916)
"Such beauty fires beyond the power of My old luck : I never nicked seven that I did not throw amesace 8l three times following. ..."

2. Lexicon Balatronicum: A Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit, and ...by Francis Grose, Hewson Clarke by Francis Grose, Hewson Clarke (1811)
"He said Yes and Amen to every thing; he agreed to every thing. AMEN CURLER. A parish clerk. AMINADAB. A jeering name for a Quaker. AMES ACE. Within amesace ..."

3. Classic Tales by Famous Authors by Frederick Brigham De Berard (1905)
"Pshaw! the father here! My old luck: I never nicked seven that I did not throw amesace three times following. [Exit Marlow. ..."

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