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vice1 US English

An immoral or wicked personal characteristic

vice3 US English

British spelling of vise.

vice4 US English

Short for vice president, vice admiral, etc.

vise US English

A metal tool with movable jaws that are used to hold an object firmly in place while work is done on it, typically attached to a workbench

vice US Thesaurus

youngsters driven to vice

pin vice US English

A vice for holding pins or similar small items.

hand vice US English

A small vice able to be held in one hand. Formerly occasionally also: †a small movable vice that can be fixed to a workbench (obsolete).

pipe vice US English

A vice for grasping a pipe or rod.

capital vice US English

= capital sin.