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1rummy

adjective rum·my \ˈrə-mē\
rum·mi·errum·mi·est

Definition of RUMMY

:  queer, odd <feeling a little rummy from our trip up the escalator — New Yorker>

Origin of RUMMY

2rum
First Known Use: 1828

2rummy

noun
plural rummies

Definition of RUMMY

:  drunkard

Origin of RUMMY

1rum
First Known Use: 1851

Rhymes with RUMMY

3rummy

noun

Definition of RUMMY

:  any of several card games for two or more players in which each player tries to assemble groups of three or more cards of the same rank or suit and to be the first to meld them all

Origin of RUMMY

perhaps from 1rummy
First Known Use: 1915

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