[ kroo-pee-er, -pee-ey; French kroo-pyey ]SEE DEFINITION OF croupiers
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A loudspeaker blared the chant of the croupiers from the tables inside.

The croupiers seem to be always on the look-out for cheating.

The double zero seemed to obey him; so that the croupiers wondered at his fortune.

Aldo appealed to the croupiers, and to the people near him, and to the people opposite him.

The whole crowd, the croupiers also, were waiting to see what he would do.

The croupiers at "trente et quarante" move nearly as fast as the ball.

What about those stories circulated among Jews and croupiers?

One of the croupiers was talking to a peasant-girl at the window.

These men who act as the croupiers are always in the pay of the police.

Perhaps, after all, croupiers were no worse than other people.