A common nickname suggesting skill, particularly among airplane pilots. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Ace
Test-marketed under the title Ace in the Hole, The Big Carnival turned out to be too bitter a pill for audiences to swallow.
The term Ace uses for the anti-torture contingent is "torture hysterics," as featured in this sentence: "One of the lies the torture hysterics have been peddling for years is that torture never works.
Like Rabbit Angstrom, Ace is a former high school basketball hero no longer in the spotlight.
Ace is less astute than Rabbit, and it's unlikely that as written his character could have developed the alertness to his situation that made it possible for Rabbit to be the center of a full-length novel.
In some games, the Ace is of lower value than the 2, or can go high and/or low.