Adjective: used to describe a person or thing of repulsion.

It is commonly used to describe a person's limited sexual appeal. In this sense it is acceptable to use for describing either males or females.

Another use is to describe food of low or unfavourable quality.

Origin: Perhaps from English paucity, from Middle English paucite, from Latin paucitas, meaning smallness of number, scarcity, or dearth.
Look at that pauce woman over there, ugh.
"Oh Tracy, you didn't sleep with Dave? He's pauce!"
I'm not eating at that curry house again. The food is pauce!"
by Jackm77 October 20, 2008
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