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Definition of "deal out" []

  • To not deal cards to someone who is leaving a game. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deal out" in a sentence
  • "Tolliver made a big deal out of answering it casually, but I could see that he was tense."
  • "They world then instantly proceed to St. Jean d'Acre to reinforce the pasha, or else, throwing themselves into the mountains of Nablous, would greatly annoy our rear and right-flank, and deal out death to us, as a recompense for the life we had given them."
  • "Buy a couple of the longest loaves of Italian bread you can find and deal out your favorite combos to cover the whole loaf: turkey, Jarlsberg, Russian, coleslaw, capicola, mortadella. provolone, red peppers, arugula, mozzarella."