[ UK /bɛzˈiːk/ ]
  1. a card game played with a pack of forty-eight cards (two of each suit for high cards); play resembles whist
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  • In the United States the most popular form is the two-handed game, known as rubicon bezique, in which four 32-card packs are shuffled together.
  • This same Queen cannot be paired with a different Jack, but can be used for a Double Bezique with its original partner.
  • By the way, he inquired whether you played 'piquet' or 'bezique,' from which I infer that he is looking for an antagonist with ready money. The King's Men A Tale of To-morrow
  • She knew that bezique was a game of cards — or a game of something else. Main Street
  • A double bezique scores 500 only if all four cards are declared together.
  • Lord Paulyn insisted upon playing bezique in a remote corner with Elizabeth, leaving Diana and Hilda to languish in solitude on one of the Grecian couches.
  • The night they played bezique, when Delight so openly invited Joyful to her bed and he equally openly refused, Blakeman would have known about that. City of Glory
  • Ana called, ‘I was just asking Alexei if he wanted to play bezique.’
  • “Agnes, Gornt Blakeman, the man I played bezique with a few nights past, the one who—” City of Glory
  • Then Joyful trumped the king of spades with the seven of diamonds and said quietly, “I declare a double bezique.” City of Glory
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