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trictrac

/ ˈtrɪkˌtræk /

noun

  1. a game similar to backgammon


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Word History and Origins

Origin of trictrac1

C17: from French, imitative
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Example Sentences

In the mean time, Mrs. Delacour, unconscious of the curiosity she had excited, was speaking to Belinda in the trictrac cabinet.

So come along, and ma and papa can play trictrac all the time.

The French name for backgammon is trictrac, imitative of the rattle of the dice.

He amused Josephine, and although eighty years of age, could play trictrac and talk well on any subject.

Thou wilt but be ennuyd to play trictrac with my old father.

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