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  • as inmince
  • as inbet
  • as inchop
  • as incut
  • as incut up

synonyms for dicing

  • crumble
  • grind
  • chip
  • cut
  • dice
  • divide
  • hack
  • hash
  • whack
  • speculate
  • wager
  • set
  • chance
  • hazard
  • put
  • game
  • venture
  • ante
  • trust
  • risk
  • pledge
  • pony up
  • dice
  • buy in on
  • lay down
  • lay odds
  • play against
  • play for
  • play the ponies
  • put money on
  • tempt fortune
  • toss up
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antonyms for dicing

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  • reveal
  • tell all
  • remove
  • displace
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How to use dicing in a sentence

At his place gathered all the great of his day, spending hours dicing and drinking punch.
HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURGJOHN T. GOOLRICK
Two things Lord Welter was very fond of—brawling and dicing.
RAVENSHOEHENRY KINGSLEY
Wine and dicing and women: fine snares the devil sets with these.
THE GREY CLOAKHAROLD MACGRATH
At the foot of the inn signpost beggars squatted—here a leper whining monotonously, there lustier vagrants dicing for supper.
THE PATH OF THE KINGJOHN BUCHAN
But Lavinia, it appeared, was going to watch the dicing at Richard's table: she vowed she should bring him monstrous good luck.
THE BLACK MOTHGEORGETTE HEYER
How often have I roared dicing fools, and card-playing asses, out of the stakes when they had fairly won 'em?
CAPTAIN RAVENSHAWROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
But there still remained five, asleep until their turn for watching and dicing came.
IN CLIVE'S COMMANDHERBERT STRANG
But Dante's "Disdain" is not confined to the winners in the cosmic dicing match.
VISIONS AND REVISIONSJOHN COWPER POWYS
The other Viscount have been horse-racing, and dicing, and carrying on all his life.
ST. IVESROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Not to suffer swearing, dicing, card-playing, or other vain talk.
ANTONY WAYMOUTHW.H.G. KINGSTON
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