American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A six-pocket billiards table on which pool is played.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a billiard table with pockets.
- n. game equipment consisting of a heavy table on which pool is played
“Instead Chance lived there alone in a house with a full weight gym and an eight-foot pool table and walls lined with museum-quality African art.”
“Automobile customizers, pool table wholesalers, repossessed office furniture.”
“One of the current players, a tall, dark-haired guy in a gray Molson T-shirt, jeans, and a worn-in pair of cowboy boots looked up from the pool table and smiled at her.”
“Unprepossessing on the outside, it was more so on the inside: just a row of wooden booths and some tables, with a bar on the left and a pool table at the rear.”
“If I hadn’t felt so defeated, I would have fought for a space in the basement, even farther away from the center of everything, down in the house’s warm, neat gut, with its red-and-blue shuffleboard court linoleumed right into the floor and a real pool table waiting under a green glass light fixture that looked like a Chinaman’s hat.”
“She has a portable pool table for her tail," Mahogany said.”
“It is now a verb meaning “hoodwink, dupe,” as if at a pool table by a table-running hustler.”
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