Definitions

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  • n. A softball player.

Etymologies

From softball +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But on a recent Saturday afternoon, a crowd at a Tampa-area stadium watched him drill a pitch from former U.S. Olympic softballer Jennie Finch over an outfielder's head and use his high-tech prosthetic legs to run out a triple - finishing with a belly-flop slide into third base.

    The Seattle Times

  • Larry King - that he's a shameless softballer, that he's a selective listener, that he may not always understand who he's talking to and what they're saying - you have to admit the man has stamina.

    latimes.com - News

  • Larry King - that he's a shameless softballer, that he's a selective listener, that he may not always understand whom he's talking to and what they're saying - you have to admit the man has stamina.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Harrington, a three-time all-state selection who hit over .500 with an on-base percentage of nearly .800 in 2008, doesn't fit the mold of a typical high school softballer.

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  • ModelBall tells the Skinemaxical tale of Holly McBride, a model who plays softball in a men's league with her cousin, Jake, a preternaturally gifted softballer so hounded by gambling debts he bets $50,000 that he can lead a team of professional female models to the league championship.

    GigaOM

  • "We had no idea, no say, no opinion - it definitely wasn't well-advertised," a young softballer yelled out.

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • "It was me and (fellow softballer) Ashley Friedland, who were with Kayla every day after that, and Jim kept us going.

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