Definition of Gambling system

1. Noun. A system of rules for placing bets that is believed to lead to winning. "He has a perfect gambling system at roulette"

Generic synonyms: System, System Of Rules



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gambling System

gambiting
gambits
gamble
gambled
gambler
gamblerlike
gamblers
gambles
gambling
gambling casino
gambling contract
gambling den
gambling game
gambling hell
gambling house
gambling system (current term)
gamblings
gambo
gamboge
gamboge tree
gambogenic
gambogenic acid
gamboges
gambogian
gambogic
gambogic acid
gambol
gamboled
gamboling
gambolled

Literary usage of Gambling system

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1844)
"... the gambling system, thereby protecting the people against a recurrence of the disasters of the past ten yean. NEW BOOKS. The Early Christian Fathers; ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"POLICY, the name given a lottery or gambling system, common in large cities. A combination of numbers like 4-11-44 is selected by the player who marks his ..."

3. A New Monetary System: The Only Means of Securing the Respective Rights of by Edward Kellogg (1861)
"The continual fluctuations in the value of money make a sort of gambling system of all trade. For an example of the effects of variations in the value of ..."

4. Public Mindedness: An Aspect of Citizenship Considered in Various Addresses by William Jewett Tucker (1909)
"... and its affiliations to a great gambling system operating throughout the country. This is no ordinary gentlemen's club, made up of summer residents, ..."

5. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1829)
"... we shall have recourse to a work, entitled " Life in the West," which professes to give an account of the gambling system and establishments in England. ..."

6. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1844)
"... the gambling system, thereby protecting the people against a recurrence of the disasters of the past ten yean. NEW BOOKS. The Early Christian Fathers; ..."

7. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"POLICY, the name given a lottery or gambling system, common in large cities. A combination of numbers like 4-11-44 is selected by the player who marks his ..."

8. A New Monetary System: The Only Means of Securing the Respective Rights of by Edward Kellogg (1861)
"The continual fluctuations in the value of money make a sort of gambling system of all trade. For an example of the effects of variations in the value of ..."

9. Public Mindedness: An Aspect of Citizenship Considered in Various Addresses by William Jewett Tucker (1909)
"... and its affiliations to a great gambling system operating throughout the country. This is no ordinary gentlemen's club, made up of summer residents, ..."

10. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1829)
"... we shall have recourse to a work, entitled " Life in the West," which professes to give an account of the gambling system and establishments in England. ..."

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