(kr?b"?j), n. [From Crib, v. t., 2.] A game of cards, played by two or four persons, in which there is a crib. (See Crib, 11.) It is characterized by a great variety of chances.
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A man's fancy would be summed up in cribbage.
John Hall.
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Cribbage board, a board with holes and pegs, used by cribbage players to score their game.
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(-b?t"?r) }, n. A horse that has the habit of cribbing.
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