American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or used in billiards.
- n. See carom.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See billiards.
- adj. Pertaining to the game of billiards.
- n. a shot in billiards or snooker in which the cue ball strikes two other balls; a carom.
- n. cardinal, UK, rare 1015, a million milliards.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to the game of billiards.
- adj. of or relating to billiards
“Rufford; but as she did so she walked on through the broad passage which led from the front door into a wide central space which they called the billiard-room but which really was the hall of the house.”
“The balls are called billiard balls or pool balls.”
“She turned short round, and entered a large apartment at the head of the stairs, called the billiard-room, where she resolved to wait and watch ere she ventured any further.”
“Torpid minds and flagging spirits require more active recreation, they require a spur, a fillip, an increase of vitality, and to meet these ends there cannot be any more desirable solution than the ones offered by the governors of Bedlamnamely, a billiard room for the men, and a ballroom for patients of either sex.”
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“That would work for many calculations involving perfect spheres - there's a reason that teachers often refer to billiard balls when talking about Newton's laws - but the moon isn't a perfect sphere, and its mass isn't evenly distributed around its geometric center.”
“My family was surprised when I was able to translate the word "billiard" from a sign on the street.”
“Along the back wall, behind the table, are two raised benches with two steps up to them, such as billiard rooms often have, divided by a door in the middle of a wall, which is panelled in oak.”
“The new paper, to appear in an upcoming Physical Review Letters, suggests a solution to this paradox: a kind of billiard-ball effect in which one sand particle knocks the next one into motion.”
“Unfortunately, this simple "billiard" model is not sufficient for explaining spiral microlasers, Hentschel says.”
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