Bettor [noun]

Definition of Bettor:

person who bets

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Sentence/Example of Bettor:

The bettor's friends at once began sympathizing with him, but he looked at Terry and asked if he considered that a good shot.

The original bettor offered to put up three hundred dollars.

The Greek was making an effort to hide his anger, playing and losing like an ordinary bettor.

Those who understand the wife's mind, and think it worth while to respect her springs of action, know bettor where they are.

Frequently the bettor may realize that he has won a point, or two, or three, and may insist upon the bucket shop selling for him.

A superintendent on St. Helena Island said, that, if he were going to carry on any work, he should not want bettor laborers.

I was taking the same losing risk as the bettor, with a greater chance for gain.

But a bettor of the right sort slips in an' taps me for odds to a thousand.

The action was scarcely performed, when the bettor flung the glove into the air with all his force.

It is no ordinary gamble, for what the bettor stakes is his life, possibly his reason.