from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of wager.
- n. An amount wagered.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hazarding; pertaining to the act of one who wagers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to wagers; betting.
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King's Landing had no reason to love the Lannisters, though Jaime himself had always been a favorite of the smallfolk ... if only because the cleverer ones had won a deal of coin wagering on him.
He knew it, too, he knew he was on death watch, and that certain wagering individuals would profit from his death.
"He's transcended the way golf wagering is evolving," Sherman said.
“Is that what you call wagering your body to save your brother’s brewery?”
King's Landing had no reason to love the Lannisters, though Jaime himself had always been a favorite of the smallfolk... if only because the cleverer ones had won a deal of coin wagering on him.
The game, which also involved the counting words and this thing called wagering, had aroused great excitement, and Ayla was fascinated.
Implied volatility for S&P 500 contracts betting on 10 percent losses has risen 11.74 points higher than calls wagering on 10 percent gains, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Three-month puts betting on 10 percent losses cost 1.1 times more than calls wagering on a rally, compared with the five-year median of 1.057, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Jason Priestley warmly recalls wagering on the 1993 Stanley Cup final between the Canadiens and L.A. Kings: All his Hollywood pals were dazzled by the Wayne Gretzky-led Kings; Priestley bet on the Canadiens, and cleaned up.
Under Colorado law, gambling is defined as wagering on a game of chance.