from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A children's game having rules similar to baseball but played with a large ball that is rolled toward homeplate instead of pitched and kicked instead of batted.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sport similar to baseball, where a ball is kicked rather than hit.
- n. The ball used in the above sport.
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They were always the penultimate pick for kickball, which is really no better than last, and this is their adult-life Who’s team captain now, sucka?
The event will pit local businesses against each other in competitions such as kickball, tug of war, and sack racing.
Ouch: Be prepared to take a hit in childhood games such as kickball and dodgeball.
Included on the schedule are a fishing derby, bowling lessons, kite-making and outdoor activities such as kickball, soccer and tennis.
The two-day rodeo also included a slew of â€˜field day 'activities such as kickball, dodge ball, and tug-of-war.
This idea has been reinforced by others, such as a homeless man who handed me back my kickball at age 10, and a friend's monk-soldier boyfriend who, when I was 16, claimed I was the incarnation of a divine warrior named Sina.
And they almost all call it “football”, not “soccer” (nobody calls it “kickball”).
In D.C., where I live, hundreds of 20-somethings find communities in kickball leagues, at bars and in book clubs.
An adult co-ed kickball tournament may seem like just a fun, family friendly event.
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