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noun as in cubes

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There are various ways you can slice and dice the data, most obviously by considering the effects of age and sex.

Add the remaining oil to the empty pot, followed by the onions and the diced vegetables and cook, stirring occasionally, softened slightly, about 4 minutes.

Turn up the heat to medium-high, and toss in the diced pineapple, cooking for two more minutes until the pineapple is heated through and slightly soft.

At that point, you can rule out all the configurations of 128 dice that involve that unworkable starting configuration of 12 tiles.

Unfortunately, finding a clique of 128 dice is a particularly thorny problem.

So why are so many wealthy Florida business owners lining up to roll the dice?

Instead, Obama, like Jon Stewart, uses jokes that slice and dice his targets by name.

Healthy individuals had lucked out while their sick relatives simple ended up with a bad genetic roll of the dice.

We learning how to dice an onion into perfect, tiny cubes (the secret is not to remove the root when you peel the skin).

Dice had just finished a stand-up show in Westbury, and his manager phoned to tell him Woody Allen wanted a meeting.

Because they used a heavier ball, roulette looked about the same as on Earth, and the same went for the dice games.

Anyway, the dice were sure loaded against a certain party he knew.

By a strange mania this prince spends his time sitting before a table, on which are placed six dice and a dice-box.

True the Prophet—on whom be peace—forbids dice; but Allah will be compassionate, and I have some about me.

And Mary, opening her eyes, now saw Zubair and the chief standing by the rock, and shaking the dice in the hollows of their hands.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dice, such as: bones, counters, craps, ivories, shakers, and tombstones.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.