from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A California annual (Nemophila maculata) having white flowers with a deep purple blotch on each petal.
- n. a playing card or a domino or a die whose upward face shows five pips.
- n. A five-dollar bill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as five, 3.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. California annual having white flowers with a deep purple blotch on each petal
- n. a United States bill worth 5 dollars
- n. a playing card or a domino or a die whose upward face shows five pips
Sorry, no etymologies found.
His agent was very clear that there is a "no touching" policy, other than the incidental contact that comes when someone puts a five-spot in his g-string.
But if a voter sees a Republican spot 25 times and a Democratic spot 20 times, the relative value of the five-spot Republican margin diminishes enormously.
Doris, anyone who's going to not vote Democratic because of a passing ceremonial reference to the guy on the penny and the five-spot isn't ever voting Democratic.
So if you are looking for another fun trip with Indiana, throw down a five-spot and give it a whirl.
And so he lined up in the five-spot, Bailey to his right, Mitchell, Bolden and Christie to the inside.
Sure the Wii still has plenty of fight in it but the five-spot was pretty easy to snag.
Stan Sesser This plant, called the desert five-spot, took Stan Sesser's breath away, with its complex beauty contained in such a tiny package.
Stan Sesser This plant, called the desert five-spot, took my breath away, with its complex beauty contained in such a tiny package.
And then the dude sold me the bootleg DVD of American Gangsta for a five-spot.
After you come back after they tied the game like that, to go out and put up a five-spot is huge.
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