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crap

1crap

verb \ˈkrap\
crappedcrap·ping

Definition of CRAP

intransitive verb
usually vulgar
:  defecate

First Known Use of CRAP

1846

Rhymes with CRAP

2crap

noun

Definition of CRAP

1
a usually vulgar :  feces
b usually vulgar :  the act of defecating
2
sometimes vulgar :  nonsense, rubbish; also :  stuff 4b

Origin of CRAP

British dialect crap, craps residue from rendered fat, from Middle English crappe, perhaps from Old French crappe chaff, residue, from Medieval Latin crappa
First Known Use: circa 1897

3crap

noun

Definition of CRAP

1
—used as an attributive form of craps <crap game> <crap table>
2
:  a throw of 2, 3, or 12 in the game of craps losing the shooter his bet unless he has a point —called also craps — compare natural

Origin of CRAP

singular of craps
First Known Use: 1885

Other Game Terms

bezique, carom, convention, euchre, gambit, monte, parlay, tierce

4crap

verb
crappedcrap·ping

Definition of CRAP

intransitive verb
1
:  to throw a crap
2
:  to throw a seven while trying to make a point —usually used with out

First Known Use of CRAP

circa 1930

Other Game Terms

bezique, carom, convention, crap, euchre, gambit, monte, parlay, tierce

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