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  • n. Plural form of sice.

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Examples

  • The Premier explained his model for "macro-administration", which includes one-stop offices for the full range of government sices.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Aeschylus, it seems to me, is willing, just as Shakespeare is, to risk the prosperity of a verse upon a lucky throw of words, which may come up the sices of hardy metaphor or the ambsace of conceit.

    Among My Books First Series

  • “What! run through the body? — got well again — have some Hodgson — run through your body too!” — and at this, I may say, coarse joke (alluding to the fact that in these hot climates the ale oozes out as it were from the pores of the skin) old Jowler laughed: a host of swarthy chobdars, kitmatgars, sices, consomahs, and bobbychies laughed too, as they provided me, unasked, with the grateful fluid.

    The Tremendous Adventures of Major Gahagan

  • -- and at this, I may say, coarse joke (alluding to the fact that in these hot climates the ale oozes out as it were from the pores of the skin) old Jowler laughed: a host of swarthy chobdars, kitmatgars, sices, consomahs, and bobbychies laughed too, as they provided me, unasked, with the grateful fluid.

    Burlesques

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