n.Gloss: in a competition or game, trying to distract or annoy another player. «Anything you do to distract is called “coffee-housing,” and it’s against the rules. But there’s a lot of gray area. It’s illegal to talk during a game unless it’s something like asking the score.» —“Dream Job: Joe Edley” by Michael Kane New York Post Oct. 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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