Definition of Canfield
1 : klondike 2
2 : a form of solitaire in which the player deals a reserve pile of 13 cards, lays out 4 face-up cards as a tableau, and turns up the remaining cards one or three at a time, the object being to build additional piles of each suit in ascending sequence
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Origin and Etymology of canfield
after Richard A. Canfield †1914 American gambling-house proprietor
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