GNU Webster's 1913
- n. slang a playing card with eight pips on the face; an eight.
- n. one of four playing cards in a deck with eight pips on the face
“The spirits couldn't tell her where the old man could nail a job or find a gold-mine or mark an eight-spot in Chinese lottery.”
“Chicago exploded for eight runs in the bottom of the second after the Indians had posted an eight-spot in the top of the inning.”
“The spirits couldn't tell her where the old man could nail a job or find a gold mine or mark an eight-spot in Chinese lottery.”
“It was like finessing an eight-spot and winning out.”
“I'd rather be High Lord Chancellor of a cow-camp than the eight-spot in a queen-high flush.”
“Their eight-spot Thursday - with all the runs coming in the final four innings - was exactly half of the 16 they had scored in the previous nine games combined.”
“The Orange and White really put the game out of reach in the sixth frame, when they threw an eight-spot up on the scoreboard, capped off by Thurber's pinch-hit slam.”
“I might have given up an eight-spot instead of a four-spot.”
“Despite only getting 12 games so far from Carlos Boozer, 28 from Deron Williams, 33 form Memo Okur, and 35 from Paul Millsap, the Jazz are currently at 24-17 in the West and sit in the ever so important eight-spot out West.”
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