Origin and Etymology of bingo
First Known Use: 1903See Words from the same year
Examples of bingo in a Sentence
She plays bingo twice a week.
Recent Examples of bingo from the Web
From burlesque, to crazy bingo nights, all the way to live blues, the venue can’t stop won’t stop.
The Create-An-Arena feature is way more extensive this year as there are many arena templates that can be used including smaller venues like a gymnasium or a bingo hall ala Extreme Championship Wrestling.
After robbing a San Francisco bank following his escape, Benjamin Haskins Paddock moved to the Eugene-Springfield area, became a bingo parlor manager and evaded capture by changing his appearance and going by the name Bruce Werner Ericksen.
Pechanga’s casino floor has 4,000 slot machines, more than 150 table games, a poker room with over 40 tables and a 700-seat bingo hall.
Paul met Brick in 2009 while serving as a bingo partner at Children’s Memorial Hospital.
The donation to Running Rebels came from Potawatomi Hotel & Casino's Heart of Canal Street program, which donated $1.15 million from bingo fundraising to 31 local children's charities this year.
Following that incident and the bingo calling, we're bound to agree.
Junior League of Arlington will host a night of bingo, high fashion, and fun.
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First Known Use of bingo
BINGO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bingo for English Language Learners
: a game in which players match numbered squares on a card with numbers that are called out until someone wins by matching five squares in a row
BINGO Defined for Kids
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