from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who plays craps.
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- n. A person who plays craps
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- n. a gambler who plays the game of craps
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His honor reasoned that the main motivation for any crapshooter with an abysmal record like John's wasn't profit but pleasure.
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They gamble the futures of their pawns as a back street crapshooter does on dollars and dimes.
Last month Prudential rolled out a $20 million ad campaign that features real-life brokers saying comforting things like "I'm a broker, not a crapshooter," and "Life has taught me to listen more and talk less."
I was the leading crapshooter on the campus, and I had a reputation which I do not think was justified as a man who could just call the numbers and [Laughter] sing to them.
He cupped his right hand and shook it up and down, pantomiming a crapshooter.
No one even suspected a cheap little crapshooter of killing Orpington.
She was like a crapshooter when he keeps calling to the dice: "Come, seven -- come on, come on!"
Likewise, avoid referring to the edible North American freshwater fish called "Crappies"; do not refer to someone who has eaten himself sick as suffering from "crapulence," and do not use the term "crapshooter" since it might be interpreted as a slam at the editor of the Valiant line.
They’re having a pretty good time, the one on his haunches against the wall, the other in his crapshooter’s squat, with the lump in the flannel bag gone totally still, either pouty-stiff or sleeprstiff.