- n. one of four playing cards in a deck with seven pips on the face
“There were numerous seven-spot ladybirds to be seen along the way.”
“There were spiky conkers ripening, red-berried cuckoo pint, and numerous seven-spot ladybirds to be seen, and all the way we were watched by grazing Highland cattle.”
“His homer greeted Red Sox reliever Manny Delcarmen and was the big blow when the Indians scored seven runs in the fifth inning, their second seven-spot in the last three games.”
“The two-spot and seven-spot ladybirds are particularly threatened.”
“You'd have thought with us taking two yesterday and then coming out with a seven-spot it would pretty much have knocked them down.”
“He already had a ten; now he drew a seven-spot and king in succession.”
“He used to say, frequently, that a king to him was no more than a seven-spot.”
“A seven-spot in the sixth catapulted the Marlins to a 13-5 romp that got them back to .500 (26-26) and a 15-14 May record.”
“Boston College has made a habit of putting up big numbers in recent games, going for seven in the Hockey East finals against Maine, nine in a regional final against Yale and Thursday night's seven-spot.”
“The legendary E*TRADE babies are back, this time in a seven-spot campaign produced from start to finish by Click 3X.”
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