game (part of speech: noun)
hearts, old maid, billiards, shuffleboard, solitaire, skat, chess, stud poker, draw poker, snooker, euchre, horseshoes, baccarat, pinochle, canasta, gin, gin rummy, Chinese checkers, parcheesi, bridge, mah-jongg, blackjack, checkers, backgammon, dominoes, hopscotch, blind man's bluff, penny ante, poker, tiddlywinks, marbles, seven-up, game, cribbage, quoits, keno, contract bridge, rummy, straight poker, patience, rum, whist, faro
- Ambition moves them around like the places on a board game of chess- or draughts played by motorcycle taxi drivers when they wait- with the pop bottle caps- have you seen them?" - "Corpus of a Siam Mosquito", Steven Sills.
- A weaker man, he knew, would have sought to lose himself in one form or another of sensual indulgence- sleeping- draughts, drink, the first pleasures that came to hand. - "Four Weird Tales", Algernon Blackwood.
- He had enjoyed life in deep draughts without calling himself to account for it when the hand of his mother had so suddenly torn him from the enforced paternal education into unlimited freedom; when he exchanged the routine of the strictest duties for a life full of intoxicating enjoyments. - "The Sign of Flame", E. Werner.