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- n. Alternative form of tasse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The cross, or church, of St. Antony. See Illust. (6), under cross, n.
- n. See tasse.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete variant of tasse for tasset.
- n. Be silent.
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Obedient to his master’s mandate, the falconer was collecting his discouraged followers, and whispering into their ears — “Away, away — tace is Latin for a candle — never mind the good
But mum for that — tace, as I said before, is Latin for a candle.
Perhaps conincidentally, the ground tace passes through Tsugaru Strait, minimizing the possibility of falling onto any land mass, and avoid the Japanese main island Honshu, had the rocket failed in the middle of its trajectory.
He might have confirmed the relation between dumbness and darkness from the acutest metaphysician among poets, in Dante's _ove il sol tace_.
Istactenus tibi, Lyde, libertas datast (168) orationis. satis est. sequere hac me ac tace.
Ergo dies aderat Parcarum conditus albo uellere, quo Stellae Violentillaeque professus25 clamaretur hymen. cedant curaeque metusque, cessent mendaces obliqui carminis astus, fama tace: subiit leges et frena momordit ille solutus amor: consumpta est fabula uulgi, et narrata diu uiderunt oscula ciues.
"You name plime and tace -- I mean time and place, and we'll be there, you bet!" declared Harry.
 A pleasant study, in poetic use of imagery and phrase, is the gradation from the bare and grand Lucretian simplicity of _silentia noctis_, through the "favour and prettiness" (slightly tautological though) of the Virgilian _tacitae per amica silentia lunae_, to the recovery and intensifying of magnificence in _dove il sol tace_.
I am in the law, you know, and tace is the Latin for a candle, 'answered the gentleman.
_ "(Surely if _tace_ be good Latin for a candle, _caverna igniflua_ should be flattering to a chimney.)" Resp.