The checker players left their boards and came over; the "seven-up" devotees dropped their cards and joined the circle.
At noon the foul ogre cribbage stalks rampant, and seven-up for dim, distant oysters that only the eye of faith can see.
Nice fellow you are, sitting down to play a hand of seven-up for the price of a pack of cards!
Now the value of an ace in seven-up (and seven is the uppermost word in the line in which our ace occurs) is four.
"I don't care for seven-up," Miss Bridger quelled, speaking to him for the first time since Billy returned.
"Euker," "poker," and "seven-up," are the fashionable games of cards.
These fellows were playing “seven-up” and, despite the confusion around, were having a good time.
Poker and seven-up, and a vain modern expense for soap, unknown to your glorious ancestors, have depleted your purses.
I have seen men seated amid hundreds of slain, quietly enjoying a game of "seven-up," or having a little draw.
Four men sat around a small, dirty table; evidently the arrivals had interrupted an exciting game of seven-up.
children's game, 1830; with capital initials, as the proprietary name of a brand of carbonated drink, it is attested from 1928.