Definitions for "Hollywood"
Keywords:  flashy, album, vulgar, angeles, los
the film industry of the United States
a flashy vulgar tone or atmosphere believed to be characteristic of the American film industry; "some people in publishing think of theirs as a glamorous medium so they copy the glitter of Hollywood"
a district of Los Angeles long associated with the American film industry
Keywords:  overt, deceive, karl, anyway, smile
Overt acting to deceive other players. Karl had a big smile when he bet, but it seemed too hollywood to me, so I called anyway.
Overt acting to deceive other players. See advertising.
Keywords:  faria, vra, espinoza, danny, luis
a California nonprofit organization established over twenty years ago to promote and encourage the art and craft of animation
Central California Driver Danny Faria Jr., VRA Driver Luis Espinoza.
Keywords:  showoff, broward, opponents, fool, tri
To put an acting show to try and fool opponents about the strength of your hand.
A player who is very dramatic and likes to showoff and "talk big". Someone who tries to act in certain ways to throw off their opponents' impressions of them.
Hollywood Station is a Tri-Rail station in Hollywood, Broward County, Florida.
Keywords:  grove, walnut
The Walnut Grove
Keywords:  sigh, pausing, nuts, false, tell
An attempt to give off a false tell, mostly found in live play, e.g. Pausing before checking (with a sigh!) on the river holding the nuts.
Shopping On-Line
A Hollywood is a drug slang term referring to an unusually large dosage, or line, of cocaine. A typical line usually measures between 50-75mg of cocaine. However, a Hollywood line can measure up to and beyond 200mg.
Keywords:  cincinnati, fifteen, ten, five, table
Fifteen-card Cincinnati with five in each hand and ten table cards.
A faked or exaggerated sporting injury used to gain advantage.
Keywords:  withdrawn, january, july, inc, ibm
Presentation graphics product from Publishing Solutions Inc for the PC-DOS Windows 3.0 environment. As from July 1991 Hollywood was sold by IBM. Withdrawn January 1992.
Keywords:  wider, timber, double, flat, edge
a double-sided timber flat with a much wider edge than normal
A shower during which water quantity is not considered a limiting factor.