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tice

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It is unfortunately very true that, without leisure and money, love can be no more than an orgy of the common man. Instead of being a sudden impulse full of ardor and reverie, it becomes a distastefully utilitarian affair.
Charles Baudelaire
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Scots

Etymology

From Middle English tyce, aphetic from Old French atisier (to stir up). Compare English entice.

  • Source:Concise Scots Dictionary, Aberdeen University Press, 1985

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /təis/, /taez/

Verb

tae tice (third-person singular simple present tices, present participle ticin, simple past ticet, past participle ticet)

Infinitive
tae tice

Third person singular
tices

Simple past
ticet

Past participle
ticet

Present participle
ticin

  1. to coax, entice, wheedle

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