scrambled Mitchell


Definition of scrambled Mitchell

  1. :  a Mitchell movement in which the north-south and east-west pairs exchange compass directions halfway through a bridge game

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Origin and Etymology of scrambled mitchell

scrambled (past participle of 1scramble) + mitchell (as in Mitchell movement)

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a trip made at another's expense

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