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Play marbles :: Win/take marbles View Visualisation

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Rook Search Source: SND
In the game of marbles: to win all one's opponents' marbles.

Roup Search Source: SND
To take the marbles of a defeated opponent in the game of roopie.

Rump Search Source: SND
To win from (an opponent) his complete stock of marbles.

Scoof Search Source: SND
To win one's opponent's stakes in the game of marbles, to clean one's opponent out.

Sheel Search Source: SND
To “rook” (a person), win (staked money, marbles, etc.) from.

Shuil/Shulock Search Source: SND
To sweep the stakes in a game.

Skunker Search Source: SND
To clean out at marbles, to win all of one's opponent's marbles.

Spulyie Search Source: DOST
To steal (marbles) from.

Store Search Source: SND
To win all the marbles in a game from (an opponent), to rook.

Stunk Search Source: SND
To steal.

To be shuild Search Source: SND
To be deprived of all one's marbles in play.

Tunk Search Source: SND
To sweep the stakes at marbles.

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