- v. present participle of trump.
- n. (card games) the act of taking a trick with a trump when unable to follow suit
“Sashal, I suspect very little of that survived Texas v. Johnson, so it’s not going to help much in trumping the absurd California statute.”
“It’s tactics at the cost of strategy, short term trumping long term.”
“If the Comcast rep is right about the website terms trumping the terms on the brochure, then it was the consumer's responsibility to check the website and make sure that it is "unlimited usage" and not "unlimited access.”
“And that, between the loss, losing the war in Iraq and losing our jobs, is kind of trumping other concerns.”
“Hear that dreary blunderer, who has unwittingly contradicted what his chief has just asserted -- "trumping," as it were, "his partner's trick.”
“Well, I don't see how the framing of "fairness 'trumping' the right to discriminate" could possibly be wrong. the Supreme Court should have 10 justices, and when there was a 5-5 split, there would be a deathmatch between one of each of the opposing sides to determine the verdict.”
“PM-in-waiting Najib Razak has scored a major coup by 'trumping' Anwar Ibrahim in the defection game.”
“I don't see it as "trumping" the love I have for my nation.”
“There was some discussion about some "trumping" tactics and factions that may be present, even beyond "leader rushing".”
“But not only did he disregard his charge as role model and responsible adult, he gave a gift and took it away at the same time by trumping praise with judgment.”
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