- n. a pack of 52 playing cards
“By Bayes’s Theorem it is now possible to calculate the “posterior” probabilities, and conclude that there is a 96 percent likelihood that the deck of cards you drew from was one of the “miraculous” ones.”
“So later I discovered a deck of cards in the possession of one of the women, and I proceeded to mystify the Chow Chuen with a few commonplace tricks.”
“She'd brought a deck of cards to his house and reamed him out for not telling her he hadn't been exposed before.”
“Flunked Out Badly—from Chinese School—couldn’t speak Chinese as well as Oscar or cut a deck of cards like Ruby or cross the street and remember where he was going at the same time, he was a great authority on many different subjects, which made him very useful.”
“The fact that a field interrogator was calling him with hard news instead of SOD Underwood shuffled unpleasant possibilities through Purcell’s mind with all the faster-than-the-eye speed of a deck of cards in the hands of a Vegas blackjack dealer.”
“The game features all the rules of the original game, and well deck of cards including 4 in addition to the original deck, even that of FFVII, FFX and the latest FFDissidia”
Looking for tweets for deck of cards.