Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One of the ivory balls used in the game of pool.

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Examples

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  • He took them all into the kitchen and tried them on cold roast veld-beest and yummiyams and fried pool-ball fruit; while they were eat-ing from a couple of big pans, he went back to the living room to ex-amine the things they had brought with them.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Then he set off a string of shots, brought down an av-alanche of sandstone and exposed more flint, and sat down under a pool-ball tree to eat his lunch.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Between them, the parties had seen almost a hundred Fuzzies, and had found three camps, two among rocks and one in a hollow pool-ball tree.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Baby Fuzzy was clinging to her fur with one hand and holding a slice of pool-ball fruit, on which he was munching, with the other.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Then he set off a string of shots, brought down an avalanche of sandstone and exposed more flint, and sat down under a pool-ball tree to eat his lunch.

    Little Fuzzy

  • He took them all into the kitchen and tried them on cold roast veldbeest and yummiyams and fried pool-ball fruit; while they were eating from a couple of big pans, he went back to the living room to examine the things they had brought with them.

    Little Fuzzy

  • Between them, the parties had seen almost a hundred Fuzzies, and had found three camps, two among rocks and one in a hollow pool-ball tree.

    Little Fuzzy

  • Baby Fuzzy was clinging to her fur with one hand and holding a slice of pool-ball fruit, on which he was munching, with the other.

    Little Fuzzy

  • There was a hole in it big enough to drop a pool-ball into.

    Shorty McCabe

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