five times as great or as much.
comprising five parts or members.
in fivefold measure.
equal to or having five times as many or as much
composed of five parts
by or up to five times as many or as much
Old English fiffeald; see five + -fold.
noun, Ice Hockey Slang. 1. the opening between a goaltender’s parted legs.
noun, Cards. 1. a variety of euchre in which a joker and widow are included, the object being to score 500 points first. noun 1. a card game for three players, with 500 points for game
noun, Cards. 1. a variety of rummy in which the winner is the first player to score 500 points.
- Five it
verb phrase To refuse to answer on grounds of the Fifth Amendment: How many questions would they be able to get in before DeMeo began to ”five it” (1970s+) verb phrase To win or deserve the highest award and admiration: His new sonnets quite take the cake [1847+; fr the prize awarded in a cakewalk […]