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  • v. Present participle of euchre.


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  • He was weary to death of talk and compromise and temporize and discretionize and all the other "izes" by which the politicians were hedging right and wrong and somehow euchring the many in the interests of the few and transforming democracy into plutocracy.

    The Freebooters of the Wilderness

  • _ -- A leads the king of spades, B refuses to ruff, having the highest trump, thereby euchring A.

    The Laws of Euchre As adopted by the Somerset Club of Boston, March 1, 1888

  • What child of a strand — looper but keepy little Kevin in the despondful surrounding of such sneezing cold would ever have trouved up on a strate that was called strete a motive for future saintity by euchring the finding of the Ardagh chalice by another heily innocent and beachwalker whilst trying with pious clamour to wheedle Tip - peraw raw raw reeraw puteters out of Now Sealand in spignt of the patchpurple of the massacre, a dual a duel to die to day, goddam and biggod, sticks and stanks, of most of the

    Finnegans Wake


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