(card games) To not deal cards to someone who is leaving a game.
Deal me out of this round: I have to make a phone call.
You wouldn't have to make a big deal out of; like seeing a flying saucer, I added with a smile.
You.re making a big deal out of this.
Esarhaddon, on his way to Egypt for the second time, determined to deal out punishment; he blockaded Tyre, and raised earthworks on the shore and cut off the water-supply; but he did not capture the city itself.
in 1535, the subsequent experience of other, even Catholic, countries give collateral support to the conclusions of the visitors appointed by Cromwell, although they were dictated by a desire not to deal out impartial justice, but to find reasons for a policy already adopted in principle.
Markyate 1 AFC Dunstable 8 A JAMES MCCARTHY hat-trick saw AFC deal out the second drubbing in as many weeks against lowly Markyate.