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Answer for the clue "Jack or 10", 4 letters:

Alternative clues for the word card

Ask to produce proof of age

Word with face or place

Diamond, e.g.

Ace of spades, e.g.

Joker, e.g.

It can be wild


Jack, for one


Check for ID


Stop at the door, perhaps

Basic bingo item

Jack or ten

Two or three, but not one

Funny fellow

King or queen

Ace or jack


It may come with a gift

Green ___


Ace or deuce

Determine the age of, in a way

Check for ID, as at a bar

"Here's my ___"


Real character

Pip's place


Check the birth date of, say


"We ___" (convenience store sign)

(informal) a witty amusing person who makes jokes

A printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities

(baseball) a list of batters in the order in which they will bat

A list of dishes available at a restaurant

A record of scores (as in golf)

A written greeting that is left to indicate that you have visited

A rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures)

One of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes

A sign posted in a public place as an advertisement


Piece of mail


Tarot, e.g.

Ace, e.g.

Comical one

Bridge essential

Boxing program

Deck unit

Deuce or trey

Ask for identification


Cribbage item

Lampshade wearer

Deuce, e.g.

Ace, for one

Arena agenda

Joker, for one

One of 52

Picasso's "___ Player"

Joker or jokester

Amusing person

Index item

Facetious one

Part of a deck

Postal or greeting

Kind of queen

Comb wool

Amusing fellow

Racing program

Word definitions for card in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a bank card ▪ You can withdraw money using your bank card. a birthday card ▪ Don’t forget to send her a birthday card. a card game ▪ Bridge is a card game for four people. a cheque card (= a bank card shown when paying...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Card \Card\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Carded ; p. pr. & vb. n. Carding .] To play at cards; to game. --Johnson.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1400, "playing card," from Middle French carte (14c.), from Latin charta "leaf of paper, tablet," from Greek khartes "layer of papyrus," probably from Egyptian. Form influenced after 14c. by Italian carta (see chart (n.)).\n \nSense of "playing cards"...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. one of a set of small pieces of stiff paper marked in various ways and used for playing games or for telling fortunes; "he collected cards and traded them with the other boys" a card certifying the identity of the bearer; "he had to show his card to...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Card may refer to:

Usage examples of card.

Making my visit at an hour when a more favourable light entered the room, swarms of acari were found on the cards, about the glass tumbler, both within and without, and also on the platform of the apparatus.

Even the decks of cards used at the blackjack and poker tables were specially printed, with the Twelve Apostles replacing the face cards, the Dove of the Holy Spirit replacing the aces, Jesus instead of the Joker, and the Fairchild Ministry logo on the back.

Marina, Ada, Adorno and his ironically sniffing Marianne at a card table.

She stopped, scooping her cards together, and when she began again her voice had become airier, now truly the voice of a fortune cookie.

UIA reports arrived month after month, endlessly piling confusion upon confusion as his three distant enemies across the sea laughed and joked and dealt the cards that spun out their game over the years in the eternal city, as Nubar brooded over hearsay and hints and shadowy allegations in his castle tower in Albania, safe and far away as he wanted to be, as indeed he had to be so great was his fear of the conflicting clues of the Old City that rose above time and the desert, at home in his castle tower safely handling charts and numbers to his satisfaction, safely arranging concepts.

One thing, however, remains constant: these card creatures are just as ornery, just as irrational and chaotic as the other Wonderland inhabitants Alice has already encountered.

I entered the hotel, I checked my mailbox and found the invitation Angers had referred toa handsomely printed gilt-edged card which I was asked to display to the person appointed when presenting myself at a garden party at Presidential House, et cetera et cetera.

She answered with a charming smile, and after asking me to sit beside her she continued whatever conversation was possible in the midst of a game at cards.

Every Wal-Mart was now issuing almost any antipsychotic medicines of a last ditch effort against this latest card hand dealt by Mr.

The obvious thing would have been to have equipped Billy Antrim with several valid credit cards, just in case.

Newman was anxious that you should get back to GB as soon as you have the memory card.

Skiros, 118 Garlenda Drive, Twickenham, UK, and was stamped with one hundred shillings worth of un franked stamps and an airmail sticker As well as a letter I reckoned it also contained a tiny plastic card, the sort that supports a micro-chip the memory card from her digital camera?

Rosalind and her husband returned from the Athenaeum theater to find a small mountain of invitation cards.

I was to ride for James Axminster in the last race on the card had as vile a reputation as his stablemate of the previous day and I had made completing the race my sole target.

James Axminster looked at the number boards where the weights the horses carried were recorded, if they differed from those printed in the race cards.