lotto

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lotto

1. a children's game in which numbered discs, counters, etc., are drawn at random and called out, while the players cover the corresponding numbers on cards, the winner being the first to cover all the numbers, a particular row, etc.
2. a lottery
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In the evening we would go to the entertainment hut; there would be housey-housey (bingo), beetle drives.
That takes the 56-year-old's winnings to almost pounds 316,000 in recent years all of which she's shared with her housey-housey playmates.
WHEN it comes to housey-housey full notices, apparently bingo puts the Lottery in the shade.
For housey-housey has clickety clicked with the bright young things.
Nearby, a housey-housey stall with its circle of prospective clients.