Thesaurus / dicing

other words for dicing



Gaston Carew sat beyond, dicing with a silky rogue who had the coldest, hardest face that Nick had ever seen.

Master SkylarkJohn Bennett

But it was never reasonable that gentlefolk should cheat at their dicing.

ChivalryJames Branch Cabell

Charles Fox was a terrible fellow for drinking and dicing; used to see him at Watthiers.

DustJulian Hawthorne

This process complete, they were placed in trays on traveling carriers, which delivered them to the dicing machines.

Solaris FarmMilan C. Edson

He is no longer for drinking or kissing, for dicing or fighting.

The God of LoveJustin Huntly McCarthy

The penalties for any infringement, for drunkenness or dicing or even for an abusive epithet, were very severe.

HolbeinBeatrice Fortescue

At his place gathered all the great of his day, spending hours dicing and drinking punch.

Historic FredericksburgJohn T. Goolrick

Wine and dicing and women: fine snares the devil sets with these.

The Grey CloakHarold MacGrath

Two things Lord Welter was very fond of—brawling and dicing.

RavenshoeHenry Kingsley

But there still remained five, asleep until their turn for watching and dicing came.

In Clive's CommandHerbert Strang

opposites of dicing

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