A sequence of five cards of the same suit in one hand in piquet.(noun)
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Use "quint" in a sentence
"Then he stretches his long neck again, lays his little witless head on the side again, bobs and bobs, looks and looks and looks, says _quint, quint, quint, quint_ -- "I _think_ I'll go to roost," but is just as undecided as ever."
"We've all seen the press stories about the proposed idea of a so-called quint, or five-power meeting."
"a mutation fine known as the quint was payable to the public treasury."