- n. double ace; lowest score; bad luck.
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ambsace — noun Etymology: Middle English ambes as, from Anglo French, from ambes both + as aces Date: 13th century archaic the lowest throw at dice; also something worthless or unlucky … New Collegiate Dictionary
ambsace — /aymz ays , amz /, n. Archaic. 1. the lowest throw at dice, the double ace. 2. bad luck; misfortune. 3. the smallest amount or distance. Also, amesace. [1250 1300; ME ambes as < OF < L ambas both + as unit; see ACE] * * * … Universalium
ambsace — noun /ˈeimz.eis/ a) Two ones; the lowest throw at dice; a pair of aces. b) Bad luck, worthlessness … Wiktionary
ambsace — ambs·ace … English syllables
ambsace — … Useful english dictionary
within ambsace of — phrasal archaic : within an ace of … Useful english dictionary
amesace — variant of ambsace * * * /aymz ays , amz /, n. ambsace … Useful english dictionary
ames|ace — «AYMZ AYS, AMZ », noun. = ambsace. (Cf. ↑ambsace) … Useful english dictionary
amesace — /aymz ays , amz /, n. ambsace. * * * … Universalium
adversity — n 1. misfortune, affliction, hurt, harm, ruin, ruination; misery, woe, hardship, suffering, distress, bereavement, Archaic. bale, storm and stress, sea of troubles; infelicity, ill or bad luck, hard luck, ill or bad fortune, ambsace, evil eye,… … A Note on the Style of the synonym finder