Defence is NOT a misspelling. It's the British way of spelling defense.
Person1: You'll never break my defence.
Person2: You spelled defense wrong.
Person1: No, dumbass, I didn't.
by irontheinternetz September 28, 2008
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a word used when a person with a low spelling ability attempts to say DEFENSE! , but instead of a second S uses a C, like an idiot
Hey Kristen the Seahawks are about to score a touchdown

Kristen : DEFENCE DEFENCE!!
by JCQ November 12, 2007
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a word used when a person with a low spelling ability attempts to say DEFENSE! , but instead of a second S uses a C, like an idiot
Hey Kristen the Seahawks are about to score a touchdown

Kristen : DEFENCE DEFENCE!!
by JCQ November 12, 2007
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A pudding brought to stop others eating the your pudding, by providing them with an alternative pudding to eat.

Also known as a 'tactical desert.'
When your dinner companions order spoons so they can eat your pudding, you know it is time to order a defence pudding.
by The Waltonator January 10, 2010
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Often seen in in play by female receptionists when a man arrives at the desk and towers above her for no apparent reason.

She deftly places the palm of her hand on her chin and her elbow on the desk neatly blocking all attempts to 'View the Valley' with the strategicaly placed forearm.

It is a position that can be strongly defended for hours especially when used in conjunction with a swivel chair.

Not to be confused with:
The Cleavage Offence.
Guy 1: "Aww, Maaan! Have you seen the new girl on reception? The most amazing frontage you ever man!!"
Guy 2: "Jeez! No dude. She totally flawed me with The Cleavage Defence."
Guy 1: "Yeah, she's a professional man."
by GabrielDertzer September 28, 2010
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Having a very small amount of troops which will lead to certain defeat.
It was a cake walk. I stomped all over him with his Lint defence.
by iw80 May 12, 2010
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The defence favored by the protagonist in Shaggy's song "It Wasn't Me". Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, he maintains his innoncence by simply saying it was somebody else. Also liked by R. Kelly, O.J. Simpson, and Phil Specter
Person A: Oh, man, I just killed 2 dozen people. There were over 50 witnesses. My shirt was off and everyone saw my tattoo that says "My name is Jeffrey Dahmer". What should I do?
Person B: Say it wasn't you.
Person A: Oh, the Shaggy Defence...hadn't thought of that.
by ExperimentalFilm November 12, 2009
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