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Spell Check of slice

Correct spelling: slice

Definition of slice:

  1. A thin broad piece cut off; a broad piece; a fire- shovel; a spatula; a knife for serving fish.
  2. To cut into thin pieces, or cut off a thin broad piece; to cut into parts; to divide.

Common misspellings for slice:



Google Ngram Viewer results for slice:

This graph shows how "slice" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for slice:

  1. So he bravely helped himself to a goodly slice and when it came round to Donalblane, he, by way of atoning for his mistake in regard to the monkeys, did likewise. –  by
  2. Mix with it some chopped parsley, a little butter, a slice of bread soaked in milk, and the yolks of two or three hard- boiled eggs chopped fine. –  by
  3. Then drain them, and dip each slice in flour. –  by

Quotes for slice:

  1. He looked as inconspicuous as a tarantula on a slice of angel food.
  2. Well, I actually grew up in the sixties. I feel very lucky, actually, that that was my slice of time that I was dealt. Let's remember that the real motivation in the sixties, and even in the fifties, was the Cold War.
  3. For me, the cinema is not a slice of life, but a piece of cake.
  4. I simply wanted to state that during this little slice of history, this is what happened and these were the good sides of it, these were the more dangerous sides of it, and this was the result.
  5. No matter how thin you slice it, it's still baloney.

Rhymes for slice:

  1. dice, gneiss, ice, nice, price, rice, spice, splice, thrice, trice, twice, vice, vise, bice, grice, lice, mice, tice, brice, bryce, pryce, dyce, tyce, zeiss, dise, nyce, wice, feis, kies, leiss, weiss;
  2. advice, concise, device, devise, entice, excise, precise, suffice, berneice;