Definition of Overtrick

1. Noun. (bridge) A trick won by the declarer's side which exceeds the amount of the contract ¹



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Definition of Overtrick

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overtrick

overtrades
overtrading
overtrain
overtrained
overtraining
overtrains
overtread
overtreading
overtreads
overtreat
overtreated
overtreating
overtreatment
overtreatments
overtreats
overtrick (current term)
overtricks
overtried
overtries
overtrim
overtrimmed
overtrimming
overtrims
overtrip
overtripped
overtripping
overtrips
overtrod
overtrodden
overtroubled

Literary usage of Overtrick

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1. The Whist Table: A Treasury of Notes on the Royal Game by "Cavendish," C by Portland, Cavendish, Abraham S. Wilks (1894)
"To illustrate it by what would be known as a one, two, three shilling and threepenny overtrick game (the shillings for the stakes, ..."

2. Public and Local Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan by Michigan, Michigan Dept. of State, Michigan Compilation Commission, Michigan Legislative Service Bureau (1857)
"... furnished convict on dis. charge, 1023. overtrick by ‘convicts, and allowance therefor, 1623, 1624. letters not to be delivered to convicts without ..."

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