doubleton [duhb-uh l-tuh n] ExamplesWord Origin noun Chiefly Bridge.
- a set of only two cards of the same suit in a hand as dealt: The other player held a doubleton.
Origin of doubleton First recorded in 1905–10; modeled on singleton Examples from the Web for doubleton Historical Examples of doubleton
He had clubs and spades solid, with doubleton heart and diamonds.
You had simply noticed the pair together that evening at Doubleton.
In October I met him at Doubleton; we spent three days there together.
British Dictionary definitions for doubleton doubleton noun
- bridge an original holding of two cards only in a suit