Blackjack meaning

blăk'jăk'
A leather-covered bludgeon with a short, flexible shaft or strap, used as a hand weapon.
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A card game in which the object is to accumulate cards with a higher count than that of the dealer but not exceeding 21.
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Sphalerite.
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To coerce by threats.
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A large beer mug, formerly made of leather coated with tar.
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A small, leather-covered bludgeon with a flexible handle.
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A SE U.S. scrub oak (Quercus marilandica) with fan-shaped leaves.
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Sphalerite, esp. a dark variety.
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To hit with a blackjack.
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To force (a person) to do something by threatening, as if with a blackjack.
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(card games) A common gambling card game in casinos, where the object is to get as close to 21 without going over.
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(card games) A hand in the game of blackjack consisting of a face card and an ace.
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The flag (i.e., a jack) traditionally flown by pirate ships; popularly thought to be a white skull and crossed bones on a black field (the Jolly Roger). In older literature sometimes spelled "black jack".
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A small, flat, blunt, usually leather-covered instrument loaded with heavy material such as lead or ball bearings.
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A type of weed, Bidens pilosa, in the family Compositae.
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To strike with a blackjack or similar weapon.
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(obsolete, mineralogy, UK) Sphalerite; zincblende.
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(obsolete) Caramel or burnt sugar, used to colour wines, spirits, ground coffee, etc.
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(obsolete) A large leather vessel for beer, etc.
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(obsolete) The Quercus nigra, or barren oak.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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To hit or beat with a blackjack.
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