A card game of similar name was played in this country half a century ago; it was a kind of bezique.
Lady Bligh and Sir James were deep in their game of bezique.
Card games proper, such as bezique and Cribbage and Whist, do not come into the scope of this book.
There were there eight or ten card-tables—piquet, bezique, whist, etc.
Christabel played and sang, while the Major and Jessie Bridgeman sat at bezique.
The name bezique itself is applied to the combination of the knave of diamonds and queen of spades.
It used to be different when me and Maria could stick it out over a game of bezique.
Every one knows that bezique is played with four packs of cards, and that the number of points may be continued indefinitely.
"While waiting for you to return we'll play a game of bezique," said Mme Maloir after a short silence.
Let them have long evenings together while their elders play chess or a hand at bezique.
card game, 1861, from French bézigue (19c.), of unknown origin.