- n. A variant spelling of bocce.
- n. Italian bowling played on a long narrow dirt court
“The Pluto Files is informative, fun viewing, especially if you're the kind of person who cracks a smile watching two camps of opposing scientists build a scale model of the solar system using pediments, Hoppity-hops, bocci balls and bb's on the Harvard University football field.”
“Life in other pens is more congenial, with pool tables, racquetball courts and bocci games for aging wiseguys.”
“Good news is we mowed the lawn and the bocci game is underway for the season. on June 4, 2008 at 12:02 am | Reply artegami”
“We managed to work our way through the plush, library-like main room with the indoor bocci and got a table in the alleyway outside.”
“It'll should work better than the Mayor's bocci ball idea.”
“We went over to Ami and John's and, in between games of bocci, we were able to watch our paella master in action:”
“Weeds and litter strangled an old bocci ball court, a reminder that the Italian immigrants of the fifties and sixties and their first-generation American kids were long gone to Staten Island, Jersey, Long Island, and Florida.”
“Her longish legs were bare to the brie-like thighs, at which point they vanished into white cotton shorts, stretched taut over a little rump so round Christopher Columbus could have employed one of its protuberances as a visual aid and bowled bocci with the other.”
“But now that they can walk, let's offer to teach them how to dance and play tennis and bocci and golf.”
“At Lakewood, it was always sunny, with a continuous warm wind blowing off Lake Wesserunsett onto the grassy lawn where we played bocci, sunned ourselves in white Adirondack chairs and generally lolled about in our off-time.”
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