noun. ['ˈklɑːnˌdaɪk'] a form of solitaire that begins with seven piles of cards with the top cards facing up; descending sequences of cards of alternating colors are built on these piles; as aces become available they are placed above the seven piles; the object is to build sequences in suit from ace to king as the remaining cards are dealt out one at a time.
- ill nature
Rhymes with Klondike
noun. a region in northwestern Canada where gold was discovered in 1896 but exhausted by 1910.