noun Whist, Bridge.
Origin of Yarborough
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A booth with literature, posters, etc., was established in the Yarborough Hotel.
A few capital pieces show us people sledging and skating or netting ice-holes (Yarborough, Neeld and Bedford collections).
Ere long you come to Yarborough House, a stately mansion standing embowered by trees about a furlong from the shore.A Month in Yorkshire
"Especially the mask," returned Sylvia, under her breath, and laid on the table the last card of a Yarborough.The Fighting Chance
Robert W. Chambers
He died in 1805, childless, and the property passed to the Earl of Yarborough in right of his wife.The Isle of Wight
G. E. Mitton