Crossword clues for sise
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sise \Sise\, n. [From Assize.] An assize. [Obs.]
Sise \Sise\, n. [See Sice.] Six; the highest number on a die; the cast of six in throwing dice.
In the new casting of a die, when ace is on the top,
sise must needs be at the bottom.
Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) six Etymology 2
n. (context obsolete English) An assize.
Sise may refer to:
- Joe Sise
- Timothy Sise
Usage examples of "sise".
He too was attired in jeans, trainers, and a polo shirt that hugged his muscular shoulders and empha sised powerful biceps.
It was quite an event, two sising married together, with the youngest sister s bridesmaid.