- a game of solitaire often adapted to gambling purposes.
Origin of canfield
- Dorothy. Fisher, Dorothy Canfield.
Examples from the Web for canfield
Contemporary Examples of canfield
They initially saw no traffic at all as they came to Canfield Drive, and they wandered into the middle of the street.90 Seconds of Fury in Ferguson Are the Key to Making Peace in America
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Historical Examples of canfield
At Canfield there was little opportunity for gaining book knowledge.Cleveland Past and Present
What did Mr. Canfield call those two boys we are looking after?
Canfield was turning to depart with the detective when Will motioned to him to remain.
"Not while they have possession of the boys," Canfield declared, dolefully.
"I don't understand what you have in mind," faltered Canfield.
- cards a gambling game adapted from a type of patience
Word Origin for canfield
type of solitaire, 1912, from U.S. gambler J.A. Canfield (1855-1914).