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Synonyms for wager

Synonyms for wager

a venture depending on chance

something risked on an uncertain outcome

to put up as a stake in a game or speculation

to make a bet

Synonyms for wager

the money risked on a gamble

stake on the outcome of an issue

maintain with or as if with a bet

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I'll take it at even money," she said, dismissing him; "and Your Majesty"--turning to the King who had been conversing with the two princes and certain of the nobles--"I accept your wager of five hundred pounds.
Know that I have laid a wager with the King that ye can outshoot the best five whom he has found in all his bowmen.
Then turning to his five victorious archers, who had drawn near, he added, "Ye have heard, my men, how that I have a wager with the Queen upon your prowess.
As to these prizes ye have gained, I add others of mine own--the wagers I have won from His Majesty the King and from the lord Bishop of Hereford.
Viewers in certain areas can wager interactively on the races via telephone, the Internet, TVG Mobile or Interactive Television by establishing a wagering account online at www.
LAS VEGAS -- Progressive Gaming International Corporation (NASDAQ: PGIC) (the "Company") a leading provider of diversified products and services used in the gaming industry worldwide announced today that the Palms Hotel and Casino, host of the current live wager field trial for Rapid Bet Live Wireless, has begun accepting live wagers on mobile betting devices.
Advantage(SM) members earn points with each wager, which can be redeemed for travel, merchandise and other prizes.
Currently we are allowing the Brazilian bettors to wager on 10 tracks per day, with the average of 10 races per track, equating to approximately 100 races per day, 5 days per week.
The system can accept wagers from several interactive mediums including the Internet, handheld wireless devices, interactive television, and standalone kiosks.