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1749, Henry Fielding, ''Tom Jones'', Folio Society 1973, p. 485:
- all the women were desirous of having the bundle immediately opened; which operation was at length performed by little Betsy, with the consent of Mr Jones: and the contents were found to be a domino, a mask, and a masquerade ticket.
1983, (w), ''Sebastian'', Faber & Faber 2004 (''Avignon Quintet''), p. 1007:
- Then he hunted for the black carnival domino, supposing that it was the appropriate thing for a penitent to wear.
The mask itself.
The person wearing the costume.
A polyomino made up of two squares.
1932, ''The Musical Times and Singing-class Circular'' (page 263)
- Any player is liable to make a 'domino' — that is to say, he goes wool-gathering and continues to play when everyone else has stopped. If he does so at a grown-up concert the fault is irredeemable (..)
To collapse in the manner of dominoes.
2010, ''Ring of Fire: An Indonesian Odyssey'' (ISBN), page 107:
- A dismasting often means the dominoing of one mast into the other, down through the decks, cannoning the cargo through the hull below, and sinking the ship very quickly.
(ca-verb form of)
a domino (gloss)
a domino set
a domino tile
(l) (q) (topics)
a (l) (q) (topics)
(es-verb form of)
dominoes; a type of game