It even threatens such veteran horizontally integrated favorites as Scrabble, solitaire, and the crossword puzzle.
He does not seem able to make the solitaire come out, so he becomes impatient and gathers up the cards.
So I take it there's been something doin' in the solitaire and wilt-thou line.
He was working a game of solitaire when they bore down on him, and interested them at once.
She played the game alone with a little assistance from Emma—a game of solitaire.
Mrs. Lathrop continued to finger her solitaire earrings in happy silence.
Of all the birds on the Rockies, the one most marvelously eloquent is the solitaire.
It is a game of chess, and not of solitaire, nor even of checkers.
In the solitaire's song one feels all the freshness and the promise of spring.
He was fashionably, even elegantly dressed, and on his left hand he wore a solitaire of uncommon size and luster.
c.1500, "widow;" 1716, "solitary person, recluse," from French solitaire, from Latin adjective solitarius "alone, lonely, isolated" (see solitary). Sense of "a precious stone set by itself" is from 1727. Meaning "card game played by one person" is first attested 1746.