GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A playing card or domino or die whose upward face shows four pips.
- n. a playing card or domino or die whose upward face shows four pips
“British skip Eve Muirhead pounded a stone in frustration after giving up a four-spot to Switzerland in a 10-6 shortened nine-end loss.”
“The conversation, always returning to the red king and the black four-spot, ranged idly here and there.”
“This time "dummy" had a queen, and himself a four-spot.”
“This time "dummy" had a queen and himself a four-spot.”
“Vargas gave up a four-spot in the bottom of the third and now trails 4-2 with a pitch count up at 69.”
“But the Saskatchewan crew responded with several clutch shots in eight, especially from third Kim Schneider and Holland, to put up a four-spot and gain control of the game.”
“We did a good job putting together a four-spot, but for the most part, we're in a struggle getting guys on and getting guys in.”
“The Scotties put the game out of reach with a four-spot in the home half of the fifth.”
“Wilmington took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, posted a four-spot in the second and added to its advantage with a single tally in the third.”
“Colorado gave Litsch a rude welcoming by putting up a four-spot in the first.”
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