Poker Terminology Twist

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Can you name the terms based on their alternate definitions?

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To remain on the surface of a liquid without sinking
An object in space that orbits the Earth, including the moon
An underwater pocket of air
A cold-blooded aquatic vertebrate that usually has scales and breathes through gills
A sticky type of food often found in tarts and sandwiches
A prehistoric carniverous dinosaur
To travel on foot from one place to another at a comfortable pace
A large marine creature with sharp teeth
To walk favouring one leg rather than the other, often due to an injury/weakness in one leg
To put more ammo in a gun
Someone who does something deemed selfless and often dangerous
A sharp object traditionally believed to kill a vampire (if stuck through the heart)
An object that is used in large numbers to build houses
An inanimate lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter
The entrance/exit at the back of the house.
A large military vehicle that is heavily armoured and has a large gun on top
DefinitionTermPoker Definition
A round object invented thousands of years ago that is now used on cars
An electrically powered public transport service
A large body of water that runs from a source to a mouth
A piece of garden equipment that has a forked end and can be used to clean up leaves
The act of perspiring water from pores in the skin, usually in order to cool down
Small food item that is often sold in packets at pubs/bars
When under physical threat, a standard course of action would be to _____ oneself
A space in the floor that an unfortunate person may fall into
An arc of colored light in the sky caused by refraction of the sun's rays by rain
The effect something very hot would have on your skin
To tip off balance/come dangerously close to unbalancing
A box that is used to protect something, sometimes taken on holiday and prefixed by 'suit'
When a liquid dries and hardens it is said to...
To stand astride of something
The place where trains stop
Two pieces of bread, often buttered, placed either side of a filling of choice to create a savoury snack.

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