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vice (n.) 1(usually capitalized) buffoon, stage jester
vice (n.) 2grip, grasp
vice (n.) 3screw
vice (v.)  force, constrain, press hard
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MA V.ii.21 [Benedick to Margaret, of a buckler] you must put in the pikes with a vice [with bawdy pun]