The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tace \Tace\, n.
The cross, or church, of St. Antony. See Illust. (6), under
Tace \Tace\, n.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"be silent!" Latin imperative of tacere "to be silent" (see tacit).
n. (alternative form of tasse English)
Tace or TACE may refer to:
- Transcatheter arterial chemoembolization, a medical procedure
- ADAM 17 endopeptidase, an enzyme
- Chlorotrianisene, a synthetic estrogen
Usage examples of "tace".
The french were still shouting protests, and one of them rode to the stream bank and dared any of the allied officers to tace him in a second duel.
Sergeant Tace, a heavier, black-skinned man, remained standing at his side.
Sergeant Tace spoke, in a clear soft voice, which belied his appearance.
She had assumed that Donnelly and Tace had been operating under the authority of someone within E-Tech Security.
Where had E-Tech learned that Donnelly and Tace were connected to the Sirak-Brath black marketers?
Donnelly and Tace had been given no choice, although certainly they had been well paid for their special services to Calvin.
Probably E-Tech itself had linked Donnelly and Tace to the smugglers via their own internal sleuthing.
Susan vanished on the night that Donnelly and Tace were slain and that there could be a connection.
However, in all likelihood, Donnelly and Tace never realized that there was a direct connection between their employer and the Order of the Birch attacks .
And I have a feeling that Donnelly and Tace were doomed the instant they agreed to that assassination.
Why did this creature take the added risk of having Donnelly and Tace attempt to assassinate her?
Joel, who sat at his own small, round table let tace apart from the rest of us.
Fuller got no immediate answer, and stood watching him force the taces aside over the heavy buttocks, to get a hand into a trouser pocket and come out with some bills in a wet wad.
Tasset plates were buckled to the lower front edges of the taces to protect the upper thighs.
Have I brought up eleven children, without nurse wet or dry, to be taced nowadays by friars in the nave?