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*1786, (w), ''Thraliana'', 3 July:
- Quirini was knowing in the belles Lettres, & highly skilled in making his Casino comfortable to all the Wits & Blues as we now call them in London.
*1792, (w), in Danziger & Brady (eds.), ''Boswell: The Great Biographer'' (Journals 1789–1795), Yale 1989, p. 163:
- I felt it strange, and regretted it, that so amiable a man should have contracted such dissolute habits, and at this very time, instead of living respectably with his charming Countess, had Baccelli, the superannuated dancing courtesan, in a ''casino'' in the neighbourhood.
A public building or room for gambling.
*2017, Christopher Knauss, ''The Guardian'', 16 August:
- A bid by Donald Trump to build Sydney’s first casino was rejected 30 years ago after police expressed concerns about his links to the mafia.
A card game for two to four players.
a particular game
(alternative form of)