from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An old form of spece, spice.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Species; sort.


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  • Susan==please get the word to the Presedent-his solution is to enable more econimy by “Lies”-===IE -his statement in his speece “do the bailout so banks can began lending money”

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  • Still I don't mind talking of the subject of Fenianism; it's an important one, and will one day take up a great speece in histhory.

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  • Did speece permit the bad example of setting before the military to the best of our belief in the earliest wish of the one in mind was the mitigation of the king’s evils.

    Finnegans Wake


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