A card game, played by three players with 40 cards, that was popular in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries.(noun)
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Use "ombre" in a sentence
"Gagnon sent warrior-chic women stomping down the runway in ombre fringed dresses and separates accented with leather, lace, metal chains and Givenchy-inspired stripes that instantly had attendees buzzing with excitement."
""Yes," said he, "play a game of ombre, which is played by three.""
"One of those itty-bitty wine glasses called ombre, literally shade, because the real wine bars are found in cool arcades and dusky spots just around the corner from the tourist traps."