- baccalaureate sermon,
Origin of baccarat
Examples from the Web for baccarat
Erckmann felt that rules must be observed even in baccarat, even as played by Beaumorris.Sonia Between two Worlds|Stephen McKenna
"I ne-ne-ne-never de-de-de-deceived an-an-an-anybody," exclaimed Baccarat, imitating the other's defect in pronunciation.
E cannot ring many changes on Baccarat, and I do not often allow 'im to play downstairs.The Chink in the Armour|Marie Belloc Lowndes
A famous English yacht changed hands as a result of an hour at baccarat.In Vanity Fair|Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd
He won immense sums at baccarat shortly afterwards, and was able to take up the note before it became due.The Red Lottery Ticket|Fortun Du Boisgobey
Word Origin for baccarat
card game, 1848, from French baccara (19c.), of unknown origin. Baccarat is the name of a town in France that was noted for glass-making.