from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In curling, to make or take an outwick.
  • n. In lawn-bowls, a ball that curves in the opposite direction from inwick.
  • n. In curling, a shot that cannons off the outside of another stone so as to impel it nearer the tee: practised when a well-guarded adversary's stone is in, and an ‘inwick’ cannot be taken.


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