Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An American game of pool played under various and conflicting rules.

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Examples

  • She probably would not have ventured on it had she not spied Nat Hicks in the pool-parlor, being witty over bottle-pool.

    Main Street

  • She probably would not have ventured on it had she not spied Nat Hicks in the pool-parlor, being witty over bottle-pool.

    Main Street

  • Hicks in the pool-parlor, being witty over bottle-pool.

    Main Street

  • Late every afternoon he put aside his pen and proof-sheets, and with a coat held capewise about his bent shoulders, toddled to the Mohican Club to play bottle-pool with his old friend, G. Pomeroy Keese.

    The Story of Cooperstown

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