euchred

  • 1 euchred — ˈyükə(r)d adjective Etymology: origin unknown dialect : made slightly tart by an acid or spice euchred figs * * * /yooh keuhrd/, adj. Australian Informal. utterly done in or at the end of one s tether; exhausted. [1865 70; EUCHRE + ED …

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  • 2 euchred — /yooh keuhrd/, adj. Australian Informal. utterly done in or at the end of one s tether; exhausted. [1865 70; EUCHRE + ED2] * * * …

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  • 3 Euchred — beaten; exhausted …

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  • 4 euchred — Australian Slang beaten; exhausted …

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  • 5 euchred — eu·chre || juːkÉ™ n. type of trick taking card game (similar to ecarte) for two to four players, played with the 32 highest cards and its goal is to take three tricks to win a hand v. prevent another player from taking three tricks ((in euchre… …

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  • 6 euchred — eu·chred …

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  • 7 euchred — /ˈjukəd/ (say yoohkuhd) adjective Colloquial beaten; exhausted …

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  • 8 be euchred — v. (Canadian Slang) be exhausted; be ruined …

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  • 9 be euchred — Austral. & Canadian informal be exhausted or ruined. → euchre …

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  • 10 Euchre — Infobox CardGame title = Euchre subtitle = image link = image caption = A five card Euchre hand holding the five highest cards in sequence (from lowest to highest, left to right), assuming spades is the trump suit. alt names = type = trick taking …

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  • 11 euchre — /yooh keuhr/, n., v., euchred, euchring. n. 1. Cards. a game played by two, three, or four persons, usually with the 32, but sometimes with the 28 or 24, highest cards in the pack. 2. an instance of euchring or being euchred. v.t. 3. to get the… …

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  • 12 euchre — ☆ euchre [yo͞o′kər ] n. [earlier also yuker, uker < ?] 1. a card game basically for two, three, or four players, played with thirty two cards (sevens up through aces), five cards being dealt to each player 2. a euchring or being euchred vt.… …

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  • 13 euchre — I. noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1841 a card game in which each player is dealt five cards and the player making trump must take three tricks to win a hand II. transitive verb (euchred; euchring) Date: 1847 1. to prevent from winning three …

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  • 14 Euchre variations — Euchre, a trick taking card game, has many popular variations. Some are listed below.Throw insThese variations (often referred to as House Rules reflecting their non standard acceptability) allow a player dealt one of several types of poor hands… …

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  • 15 euchre — /ˈjukə / (say yoohkuh) noun 1. Cards a game played usually by two, three, or four persons, with the 32 (or 28 or 24) highest cards in the pack. 2. an instance of euchring or being euchred. –verb (t) (euchred, euchring) 3. to get the better of (an …

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  • 16 Bid Euchre — Origin United States Alternative name(s) Hoss, Pfeffer, Fifer …

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  • 17 Anna Dodge — Infobox actor name = Anna Dodge birthdate = 18 October 1867 birthplace = River Falls, Wisconsin deathdate = 4 May 1945 deathplace = Los Angeles, California othername = occupation = Actor yearsactive = 1911 1932 imdb id = 0230188Anna Dodge (18… …

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  • 18 George Hernandez — Infobox actor name = George Hernandez birthdate = 6 June 1863 birthplace = Placerville, California, USA deathdate = 31 December 1922 deathplace = Los Angeles, California, USA othername = George F. Hernandez occupation = Actor yearsactive = 1910… …

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  • 19 Herbert Rawlinson — Photographie dédicacée de 1915 Herbert Rawlinson est un acteur et producteur britannique né le 15 novembre 1885 à Brighton (Royaume Uni), décédé le 12 juillet 1953 à Los Angeles (Californie) …

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  • 20 Euchre — 1. outwit; get the better of, as by scheming; 2. ruin or spoil: That euchred it (from the card game euchre ) …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

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