Definitions

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  • noun sports A variant of softball with a bigger, softer ball and no gloves or mitts worn by the fielders.

Etymologies

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mush +‎ ball

Examples

  • One who overdoes tenderness is called a mushball, which has replaced the earlier mushhead.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • One who overdoes tenderness is called a mushball, which has replaced the earlier mushhead.

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Wicker grooved Lazzeri's "mushball" down the pipe and Johnson took a mighty cut and hit it on the screws.

    Baseball Analysts

  • Wicker grooved Lazzeri's "mushball" down the pipe and Johnson took a mighty cut and hit it on the screws.

    Baseball Analysts

  • Wicker grooved Lazzeri's "mushball" down the pipe and Johnson took a mighty cut and hit it on the screws.

    Baseball Analysts

  • And, as every year, with the first box, there is a complementary round loaf of some soft-crusted mushball whole grain bread, which must be toasted to be tolerable.

    Americana

  • And, as every year, with the first box, there is a complementary round loaf of some soft-crusted mushball whole grain bread, which must be toasted to be tolerable.

    Farm Box

  • But even he locates himself in the "" mushball middle '' of the Democratic Party.

    Primary Comics

  • And, as every year, with the first box, there is a complementary round loaf of some soft-crusted mushball whole grain bread, which must be toasted to be tolerable.

    Books

  • They played football and mushball (like softball but with a bigger, spongier ball) and Buck Buck (also known as Johnny on a Pony).

    Pistol

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