Definition of Orrices

1. orrice [n] - See also: orrice



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orrices

orphrey
orphreyed
orphreys
orpiment
orpiments
orpin
orpine
orpines
orpins
orra
orrach
orrachs
orreries
orrery
orrice
orrices (current term)
orris
orrises
orrisroot
orrisroots
orrorrhœa
ors
orschallite
orse
orseille
orseilles
orseillin BB
orsellic
orsellic acid
orsellinate

Literary usage of Orrices

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1. Social Life in the Reign of Queen Anne: Taken from Original Sources by John Ashton (1882)
"... and with silver ' orrices,' and the use of bullion lace grew to such an extent, that in i/i1, its entry was forbidden under pain of forfeiture, ..."

2. The Lace Book by N. Hudson Moore (1905)
"church of a Sunday morning a purple and gold atlas gown, cut away in front to show her black velvet petticoat edged with two silver orrices. ..."

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