verb (used with object), eu·chred, eu·chring.
Origin of euchre
Examples from the Web for euchre
He felt glad when Euchre came bustling in, and for the first time he took notice of the outlaw.
"Well—Euchre thought—he wanted me to talk to you, cheer you up a bit," replied Duane, somewhat lamely.
We often diverted ourselves at his home with "Rounce," the duplicate of euchre in dominoes.Memories and Anecdotes|Kate Sanborn
"The only feller who's goin' to put a close eye on you is Benson," said Euchre.
Euchre went on calling Duane's attention to other men, just as he happened to glance over them.
Word Origin for euchre
card game, 1846, American English, of unknown origin.