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Results for mace

Definitions of mace:

part of speech: noun

Condiment; mild narcotic, obtained from myristica.

part of speech: noun

Arillus myristicae, the arillode, or husk, surrounding the nutmeg; employed for the same purposes as nutmeg.

Usage examples for mace:

  • Fermius seemed to leave the ground and, folded around the mace to fly briefly through the air. "Triplanetary", Edward Elmer Smith
  • A borough typically had a mayor accompanied by his personal sword- bearer and serjeants- at- mace bearing the borough regalia, bailiffs, a sheriff, and chamberlains or a steward for financial assistance. "Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed.", S. A. Reilly
  • A few blades of mace baked with the fruit accent the apple flavor beautifully. "Dishes & Beverages of the Old South", Martha McCulloch Williams

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