[krib-ij] /ˈkrɪb ɪdʒ/
a card game for two or sometimes three or four players, a characteristic feature of which is the , and in which the object is to make counting combinations for points that are scored on a .
a game of cards for two to four, in which players try to win a set number of points before their opponents Often shortened to crib
the card game, 1620s, probably from crib “set of cards thrown from each player’s hand,” of uncertain origin, though this word is later than the game name.
noun 1. a board for keeping score in cribbage, having holes into which pegs are placed to mark the score and progress of the players. noun 1. a board, with pegs and holes, used for scoring at cribbage
[krib-er] /ˈkrɪb ər/ noun 1. a person who . 2. a horse that practices .
[krib-ing] /ˈkrɪb ɪŋ/ noun 1. Veterinary Medicine.. Also called crib-biting, wind-sucking. an injurious habit in which a horse bites its manger and as a result swallows air. 2. Mining. 3. Building Trades, Civil Engineering. a system of cribs, as for retaining earth or for a building or the like being moved or having its foundations […]
[krib-bahyt] /ˈkrɪbˌbaɪt/ verb (used without object), crib-bit, crib-bitten or crib-bit, crib-biting. Veterinary Medicine. 1. to practice cribbing. noun 1. a harmful habit of horses in which the animal leans on the manger or seizes it with the teeth and swallows a gulp of air