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  • adj. vicious; corrupt

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  • adj. Vicious; corrupt.


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vice +‎ -ed?


  • He caught it between the linebacker and the corner, which, worse-case scenario, he should have been viced in between the two, and for whatever reason he out-flanked the linebacker and then we weren't in position to turn him back to the inside, and they got the big play off of that.

    UNC's big first play sets tone for Virginia defeat

  • He once explained how Chicago had originated the word "clout," which means influence with someone who can do you good: "In simple English, a bailiff might say, 'Somebody beefed that I was kinky and I almost got viced, but I saw my Chinaman and he clouted for me at the hall.'"

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  • Barrow felt his arm viced in the hand of one of the suited men, and something firm and metallic pressed against his back.

    The Art Thief

  • Vienna, Berlin, and Petersburg, liable to every mode of positive temptation and distraction, which besiege human life in high-viced and luxurious communities.

    Memorials and Other Papers — Complete

  • But, from the way in which the coachman's hand was viced between his upper and lower thigh, this was impossible.

    The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc

  • ` viced, 'That meant that they lost their -- their paycheck, their job.

    American Pharaoh: Mayor Richard J. Daley

  • 22 MAXIMUMPC JUNE 2005 viced only once prior to November 2, 2004, are more of their friends and so on.

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