Or will we say euchre, for the sake of the days that are dead and gone?
Mr. Zachary Smith resisted the blandishments of “cut-throat” euchre.
euchre's reply rather chilled Duane's interest for the moment.
“euchre,”—when the party making the trump fails to take three tricks.
euchre went on calling Duane's attention to other men, just as he happened to glance over them.
There was a gambler over in Lazette thought to euchre Dakota.
They sat down and played a game of euchre for a cent a point, the tablets at hand between them to write whatever was mindful.
I can set another woman on the track that'll euchre her every time!
When euchre had shuffled into the house Mrs. Bland turned to Duane with curiosity and interest in her gaze.
He's improved a good deal in euchre lately, and in poker—well!
card game, 1846, American English, of unknown origin.
To outwit, esp by cheating; scam (1855+)