Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. At a booth or fair, a crier or announcer of the goods for sale; a barker for side-shows.
- n. A cheat; a sharper; a professional gambler.
“The "spieler" -- a thin-lipped, cadaverous individual, his soft hat cavalierly aslant, his black hair combed flatly in a curve down upon his damp forehead, a pair of sloe eyes, and a flannel shirt open upon his bony chest -- glanced alert.”
“She conducted me to the nearest monte game, where the "spieler" -- a smooth-faced lad of not more than nineteen -- sat behind his three-legged little table, green covered, and idly shifting the cards about maintained”
“After the girl has begun to drink, the way of the procurer, who is often in league with the "spieler" who frequents the dance hall, is comparatively easy.”
“Six young girls, each accompanied by a "spieler" from a dance hall, were recently followed to a chop suey restaurant and then to a lodging-house, which the police were instigated to raid and where the six girls, more or less intoxicated, were found.”
“-- Davis, get up now and show what kind of a spieler you are.”
“My own introduction to Elkin der spieler was "I Look Out for Ed Wolfe.”
“Chance, einen potentiellen spieler nicht full contact poker offenbach”
“November 25th, 2009 at 1:43 am nein MrJungling Scorplein hat kein wh das isn EPS spieler glaub mir die brauchen sowas nich cXray92”
“December 13th, 2009 at 7:47 pm flo kommt doch aus der e sports welt er war ne zeit lang erfolgreicher cs spieler =”
“There are those who wince and curse whenever a TV pundit or sports spieler speaks the familiar words, “at the end of the day.””
These user-created lists contain the word ‘spieler’.
Looking for tweets for spieler.