In 2009, Pfeiffer told David Letterman on Late Night that she won them over by “slicing and dicing Al Pacino.”
But then in 2011 he weaponized comedy, slicing and dicing his political rivals in the same way a comedian deals with a heckler.
Observe that the heart of ungrateful males, addicted to the hateful vices of dicing and drabbing, is as hard as a sword.
He is no longer for drinking or kissing, for dicing or fighting.
He was at that moment drinking and dicing with Robin's money.
War, as a means of deciding our luck, is no more scientific than dicing for it.
But, as soon as the King enjoyed his own again, dicing and card playing were rampant, as Pepys tells us.
Two things Lord Welter was very fond of—brawling and dicing.
This process complete, they were placed in trays on traveling carriers, which delivered them to the dicing machines.
And it won't encourage you to be dicing and drinking at McNab's.
"to cut into cubes," late 14c., from dice (n.). Meaning "to play at dice" is from early 15c. Related: Diced; dicing.