card

Part of speech: verb

To comb, dress, or cleanse with a card. See card, n.

Part of speech: noun

A piece of cardboard bearing a name, etc., or symbols for use in play.

Part of speech: noun

Cardboard.

Part of speech: noun

A wire toothed brush, as for carding wool.

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Usage examples "card":

  1. He had seen- should see a card or two, certainly. - "Anthony Lyveden", Dornford Yates.
  2. Have you looked at the card? - "Don Orsino", F. Marion Crawford.
  3. And then Farwell played his card. - "The Place Beyond the Winds", Harriet T. Comstock.