a person who plays cards.
Yes, but through suppositions one arrives at the fact, responded the cardplayer, whose eyes glowed like burning coals.
The Hero of the People Alexandre Dumas
a machine for combing and paralleling fibers of cotton, flax, wool, etc., prior to spinning to remove short, undesirable fibers and produce a sliver. a similar implement for raising the nap on cloth. to dress (wool or the like) with a card. card out, Printing. to add extra space between lines of text, so as […]
a person who plays cards. a painting (1892) by Paul Cézanne. Historical Examples As Buck appeared in the doorway, blinking a little at the lamp-light, the five card-players stared at him in astonishment. Shoe-Bar Stratton Joseph Bushnell Ames The card-players have plunged suddenly in medias res of bargaining. Camps, Quarters and Casual Places Archibald Forbes […]
a painting (1892) by Paul Cézanne.
keypunch (def 1). Also, key punch. Also called card punch. a machine, operated by a keyboard, for coding information by punching holes in cards or paper tape in specified patterns. to punch holes in (a punch card or paper tape), using a keypunch. to insert (data) into a computer by means of a keypunch: to […]