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
The fest also includes cultural events, carnival rides, folk dancing, Polish food and beer; casino, bingo, kids stage and fun zone.
The library hosted astronomy bingo and let people watch the eclipse from their roof.
In his big return to film after a four-year hiatus (or retirement, if it can even be called that now), Steven Soderbergh has created a sort of cinematic bingo of his well of tricks.
He and his family began the John St. Pierre Memorial Foundation, which raised money from charity bingo games and awarded college scholarships to West Bank senior athletes.
Calderone said he's also added trivia and bingo nights to the bar.
If 7.5 billion is the number that comes to mind, well, bingo.
A new state law changing the minimum age for bingo players is now in effect.
The tribe owns and operates three bingo casinos in the state, and no gaming activity is planned at the Foley site.
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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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