Thrice vs. Trice

Thrice vs. Trice — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Thrice and Trice

Thriceadverb

Three times.

Tricenoun

A very short period of time; an instant

came back in a trice.

Thriceadverb

In a threefold quantity or degree.

Triceverb

To hoist and secure with a rope

trice a sail.

Thriceadverb

(Archaic) Extremely; greatly.

Triceverb

To pull, to pull out or away, to pull sharply.

Thriceadverb

(dated) Three times.

Triceverb

(transitive) To drag or haul, especially with a rope; specifically (nautical) to haul or hoist and tie up by means of a rope.

Thriceadverb

three times;

I called you thrice last night

Tricenoun

Now only in the phrase in a trice: a very short time; an instant, a moment.

Tricenoun

A pulley, a wound]] around a cylinder.

Tricenoun

a very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat);

if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash

Triceverb

raise with a line;

trice a window shade

Triceverb

hoist up or in and lash or secure with a small rope