bridge table

  1. a square card table with folding legs.

Origin of bridge table

First recorded in 1900–05

Words Nearby bridge table Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use bridge table in a sentence

  • And again this evening, having cut out of a bridge table, he wandered with her in the perfect dusk.

    The Angel of Pain | E. F. Benson
  • When Claire found Winn at the bridge-table she saw at a glance that he was not in the mood for renunciations.

    The Dark Tower | Phyllis Bottome
  • After dinner we adjourned to the billiard-room or made up a bridge table.

    Life in an Indian Outpost | Gordon Casserly
  • Anyhow, she would have Eleanor move the bridge table out on the terrace.

    Manslaughter | Alice Duer Miller
  • Cards do not carry with them a license to be unfair or rude, yet, at the bridge table, many socially correct people are both.