/ (mɪˈzɛə) /
a call in solo whist and other card games declaring a hand that will win no tricks
a hand that will win no tricks
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Word Origin for misère
C19: from French: misery
Words nearby misère
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Example sentences from the Web for misère
Sylvie thought she might escape paying her misere if she went to see after Pierrette, but Madame de Chargeboeuf stopped her.Pierrette|Honore de Balzac
Qui medice vivit, misere vivit—He who lives by medical prescription lives miserably.