Bath coup


Definition of Bath coup

  1. :  the refusal by a bridge or whist player holding the ace, jack, and at least one other card of a suit to take a king led by the opponent on his or her left

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Origin and Etymology of bath coup

from Bath, England

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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