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Definition of "morrice" [mor•rice]

  • To dance, especially a morris dance (verb)
  • To move away rapidly; to decamp. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "morrice" in a sentence
  • "England sometimes use swords, and in one case the performers of an undoubted sword-dance were called "morrice" dancers in the eighteenth century."
  • "“Aha, water, sayest thou, Long Allen?” exclaimed another archer, with a most scornful emphasis on the despised element; “how wouldst like such beverage thyself, after such a morrice dancing?”"
  • "“Farewell, then,” cried his mates in the morrice — “fare well, slashing bonnet maker, till we meet again.”"