He too, you see, had thought to hold the trump card over his confederate, but it was the latter who held the odd trick.
These bets were on the turn-up, the colour, the “honours,” or the “odd trick.”
Cross frowned and puckered up his lips, an odd trick of his when he was displeased.
It was an odd trick for a girl to pick up in Virginia, and an undesirable one.
The man had an odd trick of looking at one always from partly hooded eyes and at an angle.
She had an odd trick of lingering over the word she wished to distinguish.
Nor I—youll not find me at fault here, coz—no one is better skilled in the mystery of the odd trick, than I am, I flatter myself.
He had an odd trick of blushing, this bronzed man with a gnarled soul.
Perhaps it requires a rarer combination of mental faculties to win an odd trick than to divine a fall in the glass.
She had thrown her king and her ace, but the odd trick remained, and this John Ames held.