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get euchred out of something

to get cheated out of something. (Alludes to losing in the card game euchre.) Joe's dad left him a farm, but he got euchred out of it by some city slicker real estate agent. I got euchred out often bucks by a con artist with a hard-luck story.
See also: euchre, get, of, out

euchre

(ˈjukɚ)
tv. to cheat or deceive someone. Those guys’ll try to euchre you, so watch out.
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Once the portion of the money spent locally by baseball players or team owners or at a nightclub or euchre tournament is re-spent, the average MPC, MPI, and MRT should be roughly the same, regardless of where the initial spending took place.
In the later 19th century Euchre was widely regarded as the national card game.
Anglers will be allowed to keep one "wild" fish (with adipose fin intact) per day, up to a maximum of five per year on the Chetco, Pistol, Elk and Sixes rivers, plus Euchre and Hunter creeks.
Sent away the 5-2 second choice to 9-5 favourite (and eventual seventh of nine) Euchre, Piensa Sonando came from sixth under Laffit Pincay jnr to beat Fleetstreet Dancer by a head.
Also on the list of probables and possibles are Grey Memo, the San Diego Handicap winner; Milwaukee Brew, the Santa Anita Handicap winner; Momentum, the Hollywood Gold Cup runner-up; Euchre, Kela, Bonus Pack, Arbiter and Hot Market.
The club was formed three years ago by 10 people who all play the card game euchre at their local pub, the Horseshoe and Castle in Cooling, Kent.
While a mathematical proof showed that seven such consecutive "riffles" will completely mix up a deck, that's more shuffling than most card players will happily endure, realized inveterate euchre player Aric J.
Equipped with large, well appointed, centrally located armouries or drill halls, most units had made provisions for sport and recreation facilities, Facilities typically included several carpeted, comfortably furnished mess rooms (for privates, non-commissioned officers, and officers), lounges with euchre and whist tables, canteen, kitchens, bowling alley, skating rink, shooting gallery, bandroom, gymnasium (with punching bags and boxing gloves), billiard room, banquet hall, lecture theatre, and reading room or library, well stocked with books, magazines and illustrated papers.
Titles include the award-winning After Dark(R) Flying Toaster(R) and Amy's Hangman[TM], as well as several popular Garfield titles including Garfield Bowling, Garfield Euchre and Garfield Mice Sweeper.
Social, recreational, and therapeutic activities such as chair exercises, euchre, current events, art classes, horticulture, woodworking, cognitive games, crafts, sing-a-longs, outings, social activities, special guests, and intergenerational programs are offered.
With options like swimming, tennis, euchre tournaments and trivia contests, many staffers forgo golf altogether.
She continues to inspire numerous social activities in her apartment building, drive other seniors to medical appointments or for shopping, play bridge and euchre weekly and remain active in her church, Hyde Park United, London, Ont.
The colt could finish only third behind Grey Memo and Euchre after holding a three-and-a-half-length lead a furlong out.
Another proposal would allow the harvest of wild steelhead to resume on a limited basis in the Sixes, Elk, Pistol, Chetco and Winchuck rivers, and in Hunter and Euchre creeks.
He won last December's Native Diver Handicap by a length over Euchre and finished second in a May allowance before The Californian.