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cards

n. 1 (plural of card English) 2 card game

WordNet
cards

n. a game played with playing cards [syn: card game]

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Cards (iOS)

Cards was a card creation application developed by Apple Inc. for iOS 5. Cards was released to the general public on October 12, 2011. The application was discontinued on September 10, 2013.

Usage examples of "cards".

There were more cards scattered on the table: they might be finished or barely started.

Colorful pasteboard cards spilled on the carpet, some large as book covers, some small and square, a few round as big coins.

Except cardsmiths impressed their own life force into cards to bind the magic.

Most were also weapon masters to protect the cards and wealth they garnered.

He had a fortune in cards and temporary freedom, but no idea of his troubles, and no clue what to do.

Making sure his doublet was laced tight and tails tucked in, the loose cards and pouch against his stomach, he cradled head on arms.

Byron scrambled up, assured his cards were safe in his shirt, and faced towards the far stairwell.

Handing Cerise the invitation, he rolled over, showering hay and chaff that glittered in the dusklight, fished sticky loose cards from inside his shirt.

Perhaps Duke Stanwin commissioned Rayner to fashion cards, and this is some password or calling card.

Some were healing cards that felt warm, or crop-growing cards that smelt of earth, or whatever.

Two souvenir cards showed the Waterholm Winter Festival, one depicted the Wis Waterfall, a wedding keepsake portrayed a bride and groom, and so on.

Cerise had shown her half-dozen unknowns to Byron, and give up the best cards as a fee.

Keeping the cards sorted, he stuffed them in the purse and down his shirt, then climbed out of the warm rock pocket.

And lure you from your wicked ways, creating cards and gambling with them!

Byron was alone, nursing bruises and painting cards by the light of a fire made from fallen pine boughs.