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  • n. Alternative spelling of cue ball.


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  • Diesel, as always, has some charm: He's the kind of cueball lug that guys can admire for his coolness and that women wouldn't mind cuddling up to, and here he delivers even the lamest dialogue with just a hint of a wink -- he's clearly trying to have fun, hoping we will, too.


  • I also wonder at what point Professor X pulled out the Bic and went cueball?

    James McAvoy to Play Professor X in First Class | The Movie Blog

  • Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, making light of the whole Eminem-Moby feud during the 2002 VMAs, joked with the vegan cueball on camera.

    Most Memorable VMA Moments

  • Thompson, looking more like a doughy, demented Mr. Clean with each passing year, is no longer the only bald one: lead guitarist Joey Santiago surprised the crowd with his cueball.


  • One the passenger said was another fat fella, bald as a cueball and what you'd call a tough character.

    A Walk to Ward's

  • "On the contrary, my cueball-pated friend," retorts Mr. Roarke.

    Grudge Matches I'd Like To See: Fantasy Island vs. the Love Boat

  • The styrofoam cueball reminds me of being high on LSD and thinking everything was hollow, there was air beneath the ground and street.

    The WELL: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo

  • "They wanted to go with a cueball look, but I said no," Bowa said.

  • I would usually then think of some way in which my cue is not in line in life or where my cueball is made of styrofoam - places inside me that I needed to work on to have a more intact foundation ...

    The WELL: Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo

  • His pack bounced against his shoulderblades and he heard his teeth click together in his head with the sound of a cueball breaking a tight rack.

    The Waste Lands


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