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Definition of spice


  • A lie, to spice things up to make them sound more interesting. Just as spices are added to food to give them more flavor. They are added to stories to make better.
    That story he told was such a spice.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Chris M. from Markham, ON, Canada on Mar 05 2003.

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Definitions include: to spice up "things".
Definitions include: to make more interesting.
Definitions include: variety is what makes life enjoyable.

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