- “he plays a TIN-POT game,” _i.e._, a low, mean, or shabby game. In the _Contes d’Eutrapel_, a French officer at the siege of Chatillon is ridiculously spoken of as Captain TIN-POT—_Capitaine du Pot d’Etain_. TIN-POT, as generally used, means worthless. As applied to billiards and kindred games, it means pretentious and inferior play.
More About tin-potPosition in the dictionary: 3677 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: tinge, tinkler, tip, tip the double, tip-top, tip-topper, tipper, tipster, tit, tit for tat
Previous words in the dictionary: tin, time o’ day, time, timber-toes, timber merchant, tile, tike-, tightener, tight, tiger