Gambled [verb]

Definition of Gambled:

take a chance on winning

Opposite/Antonyms of Gambled:

Sentence/Example of Gambled:

Among the clergy therein he finds no offenses, save that a few have gambled in public; these are promptly disciplined.

I gambled for money with which to bury him, and a man died that night and another was hurt.

They drank and gambled; they said all young fellows did it, and they laughed at me when I objected.

The young man had collected a large sum of money for friends and employers, which he gambled away on the boat.

He had never committed any excess—never gambled nor incurred debt—nor fallen into the warm errors most common with his sex.

I gambled the way another man gets drunk—from exasperated craving, knowing the folly of it.

He had contracted large debts in the name of the firm, and gambled away all the accessible funds.

He had gambled away what little money he had, and it had ended in his going off to Australia—alone.

And the next morning he gambled again, and won twice, and he stopped after the second winning, as before.

The jewels which were really mine, having been bought by myself, had been gambled away by my husband at Monte Carlo.