Definition of "vyce" []

  • A kind of clamp with gimlet points for holding a barrel head while the staves are being closed around it. (noun)

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Use "vyce" in a sentence
  • "And they seyn also, that Jesu Crist spak als sone as he was born; and that he was an holy prophete and a trewe, in woord and dede, and meke and pytous and rightefulle and with outen ony vyce."
  • "¶ For he had so purueyde {that} vyce sholde haue {the} day"
  • "¶ And wha {n} shot was done vyce cam forth at last."