Definition of Ace of diamonds

1. Noun. The ace in the diamond suit.

Generic synonyms: Ace



Definition of Ace of diamonds

1. Noun. One of the 52 playing cards from a standard pack as used for bridge and poker, with a single pip, with a nominal value of 1, and with the diamonds suit. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ace Of Diamonds

accustomances
accustomarily
accustomary
accustomation
accustomations
accustomed
accustomedly
accustomedness
accustoming
accustomization
accustomize
accustoms
ace in the hole
ace of aces
ace of clubs
ace of diamonds (current term)
ace of hearts
ace of spades
ace up one's sleeve
aceanthrylene
acebrochol
acebutolol
acecainide
acecarbromal
aceclidine
aceclofenac
aced
acedapsone
acedia
acedias

Literary usage of Ace of diamonds

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

1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1876)
"Ace of Diamonds. B. . . Five of Diamonds. C. . . Seven of Diamonds. Psycho . Four of Diamonds. V. . . A. - . Eight of Diamonds. B. . . Nine of Diamonds. ..."

2. The Hand-book of Games--: comprising new or carefully revised treatises on by H.G. Bohn (1867)
"... by throwing out the four spades only, you run the risk of leaving one of the following cards, viz. the king of clubs, the ace of diamonds, the ace, ..."

3. An Exposure of the Arts and Miseries of Gambling: Designed Especially as a by Jonathan Harrington Green (1845)
"... laying them face up on the thirteen that are already put up: — 6 of spades ; ace of diamonds ; 9 of clubs; 3 of hearts ; king of spades ; 8 of diamonds; ..."

4. The American Hoyle: Or, Gentleman's Hand-book of Games, Containing All the by William Brisbane Dick (1894)
"Thus : B, eldest hand, leads Ace of Diamonds "jC plays Kight of Diamonds \ — 14 A trumps with Queen of Clubs | A leads Queen of Hearts *| B plays Ace of ..."

5. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley (1891)
"The ace of diamonds, your honour. It's the worst ace, and the poorest card in the pack, and is called the EARL OF CORK, because he's the poorest nobleman in ..."

6. Mind-reading and Beyond by William Alfred Hovey (1885)
"—Three of diamonds (Right). Six of spades. — Six of spades (Right). Ten of diamonds. — Ten of diamonds (Right). Knave of diamonds. —ace of diamonds (No). ..."

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