Think of two others in the corner playing "old sledge," or, it may be, chess.
We'll just toddle down to Tomlinson's at the cross-roads, and have a nip and a quiet game of old sledge at Jacksey's expense.
He got my first pay, more than half, and old sledge got the balance.
This adventure threw a temporary stigma upon the game of "old sledge."
He used to play "old sledge" when he was a boy, on the hay-mow of a rainy afternoon and nothing to do.
The colonel timed himself by counting the games of old sledge that were played.
On days when there was a fair breeze it was great fun sailing an old sledge over the bay ice.
They're bringin' in their blamed telephones now and malaria and aigue and old sledge, and fun might as well skip out.
Papa, with one or two cronies, was playing "old sledge" in the smoking compartment.
Their favorite game was "old sledge," played with prisoners to shorten their captivity.