Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A form of baseball played with a rubber ball and a stick, such as one made from the handle of a broom, for a bat.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A street game similar to baseball, played with a stick, a ball and various ad hoc materials; found primarily in large cities in the northeastern United States

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a form of baseball played in the streets with a rubber ball and broomstick handle

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

stick +‎ ball

Examples

  • Baer called the stickball photo of Mays his favorite image in sports.

    The Seattle Times

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Many rival Native American clans settled disputes through a game similar to modern day lacrosse called stickball, Williamson said as she showed children the traditional "stick" used to play the game.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

Comments

New comments are temporarily disabled while we update our database.