Go-fish



noun
1.
a card game for two or more persons similar to the game of authors.

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  • Go fishing

    verb phrase To undertake a search for facts, esp by a legal or quasi-legal process like a grand-jury investigation (1960+)

  • Go flatline

    verb phrase To die: In the ambulance he went flatline (1980s+) Related Terms flatline [Cyberpunk SF, refers to flattening of EEG traces upon brain-death] also “flatlined”. 1. To die, terminate, or fail, especially irreversibly. In hacker parlance, this is used of machines only, human death being considered somewhat too serious a matter to employ jargon-jokes […]



  • Go for all the marbles

    verb phrase go for broke: He goes for all the marbles (1970s+)

  • Go for nothing

    Be useless, serve no purpose. For example, He lost the case, so all our efforts on his behalf went for nothing. [ Late 1500s ] Also see: go for, def. 2.



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