adjective Australian Informal.
Origin of euchred
verb (used with object), eu·chred, eu·chring.
Origin of euchre
Examples from the Web for euchred
He "took off his coat" and worked hard and well for the election of the man who had euchred him out of the nomination.The Plum Tree|David Graham Phillips
This is a lone hand I'm playin', doctor, and if I'm euchred, tain't your fault.Gabriel Conroy|Bert Harte
You heard how Mason, the Chicago man, euchred the Mukton gang, didn't you?Peter|F. Hopkinson Smith
If they fail to take three tricks they are euchred, and the adversaries score two.The Laws of Euchre|H. C. Leeds
We were euchred out of our find, which meant the loss of bushels of dollars to us.Elam Storm, The Wolfer|Harry Castlemon
Word Origin for euchre
card game, 1846, American English, of unknown origin.