Definitions

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  • n. One who plays card games.

Etymologies

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card +‎ player

Examples

  • Captain Stapler, who was no cardplayer, looked on and replenished the long glasses of

    A GOBOTO NIGHT

  • Sylvia spreads all her cards out in that winning way that makes me admit I am not much of a cardplayer.

    Milo

  • Big Man walked out of the Badlands Saloon, cool as a cardplayer.

    The Dadlands Saloon

  • A friend describes Obama as being a “calculating” cardplayer, avoiding long-shot draws and patiently waiting for strong starting hands.

    Quote of the Day (100x27)

  • And Dean told Carlo of unknown people in the West like Tommy Snark, the clubfooted poolhall rotation shark and cardplayer and queer saint.

    'On the Road'

  • Finally a nice clear summary of the situation, cutting through the sensationalism and media hype : Legal Landscape of Online Gaming Has Not Changed cardplayer.

    Obviously destined for greatness

  • I use that word the way the old Texans do: as the highest compliment I can give a cardplayer.

    TAKE ME TO THE RIVER

  • At O.G., Stuey was recognized less for his stature as a cardplayer than for his reputation as a big tipper.

    One of a Kind

  • As far as I could tell, he's a pretty solid cardplayer, too.

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  • The neighbor arrived, the devoted cardplayer; his name was

    Fathers and Sons

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