Definition of Gamblers

1. Noun. (plural of gambler) ¹



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Definition of Gamblers

1. gambler [n] - See also: gambler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gamblers

gambiers
gambir
gambirs
gambison
gambisons
gambist
gambists
gambit
gambited
gambiting
gambits
gamble
gambled
gambler
gamblerlike
gamblers (current term)
gambles
gambling
gambling casino
gambling contract
gambling den
gambling game
gambling hell
gambling house
gambling system
gamblings
gambo
gamboge
gamboge tree
gambogenic

Literary usage of Gamblers

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1. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1906)
"STOCK-gamblers AS MANAGERS OF RAILROADS. BT STEPHEN H. ALLEN. THE INEFFICIENT management and unjust discriminations of great railroad corporations are the ..."

2. Our Wild Indians: Thirty-three Years Personal Experience Among the Red Men by Richard Irving Dodge (1884)
"INDIAN gamblers — THEIR GAMES OF SKILL AND CHANCE — DRUNKENNESS — SCENES FROM ... Indian gamblers — A Favorite Pastime — Preparation* for the Game — The ..."

3. Parody in Jewish Literature by Israel Davidson (1907)
"П). After these poems comes the book proper, giving the history of Purim in the Judéo-Arabie dialect (p. i—32). The Verses Against gamblers, and a wine-song ..."

4. A Diary in America,: With Remarks on Its Institutions. by Frederick Marryat (1839)
"The steam-boats were soon crowded by a description of people who were termed gamblers, as such was their ostensible profession, although they were ready for ..."

5. An Exposure of the Arts and Miseries of Gambling: Designed Especially as a by Jonathan Harrington Green (1845)
"A number of persons assailed a gambling house, when some of the gamblers shot one of the citizens and killed him. The mob increased, and five persons, ..."

6. Old Times on the Upper Mississippi: The Recollections of a Steamboat Pilot by George Byron Merrick (1909)
"It was these belts which the professional gamblers sought to lighten. Occasionally they did strike a fool who thought he knew more about cards than the man ..."

7. History of the Grange Movement: Or, The Farmer's War Against Monopolies by James Dabney McCabe (1874)
"A Railroad gamblers' Plot—The New York Gold Clique make War on the Farmers—The attempt to lock up Money—Trouble in the New York Stock Market—A Railroad the ..."

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