American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth 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.
“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.”
“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.”
“Try a different dating website, join a kickball league, or check out a personal matchmaker!”
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A list of games and sports played with a ball, including names of the courts, fields and pitches in which they are played.
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