A card game for from two to four players in which the score is kept by inserting small pegs into holes arranged in rows on a small board.(noun)
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Use "cribbage" in a sentence
"“Really … because I’m what one might call a cribbage master,” Ben said."
"Just as a solitary sailor will beguile the tedium of empty days at sea by a kind of cribbage, in which the left hand plays against the right, so I laid odds for and against myself on such trifles as these, and even went so far as to keep an account of my successes and my failures."
"However, I fear they are retreating, and minority indulgences such as cribbage are going the same way as dominoes, shove ha'penny, bar billiards, and the very jolly, unpretentious boozers in which they used to be played day and night."