from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A game played on turf in which two opposing teams of players, using curved sticks, try to drive a ball into the opponents' goal.
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- n. A form of hockey played on a grassed pitch with a hard rubber ball instead of a puck.
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- n. a game resembling ice hockey that is played on an open field; two opposing teams use curved sticks try to drive a ball into the opponents' net
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But it’s true—she’s not even that pretty, yet somehow her shiny white smile on pink dimple cheeks always wins out, despite her plain brown hair and eyes, her curveless, boylike, field hockey body.
"Less than a year," Tariq said-He befriended an older man in prison, he said, a fellow named Salim, a Pakistani, a former field hockey player who had been in and out of prison for years and who was serving ten years for stabbing an undercover policeman.
WHAM WHAM Harry's universe was a madness of noise and jolts, as if a giant had put him in a garbage can and used the can for a field hockey puck.