Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of volleyball.

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Examples

  • Several “quaffles” – balls, such as volleyballs – are in play.

    Muggles say Quidditch is a good match

  • Rehab entailed relearning his craft, and he went from kicking volleyballs to soccer balls to footballs.

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  • Aces are being served, hurdles jumped, volleyballs smashed, winners are getting medals, events are taking place.

    Olympian Task to Keep London 2012 Games on Track

  • Before Tuesday's event began, female college and Olympic athletes led groups of girls in athletic activities, including soccer drills, passing volleyballs, shooting baskets and doing cheerleading lifts.

    Department of Education repeals Bush-era policy on Title IX

  • This one will haul her stuff including a few volleyballs or a carrier for her rat terriers Daisy-Mae and Zula.

    Travel

  • At Stuttgart's Sky Beach www.skybeach.de , which boasts 100 tons of white sand and a vista over the city's signature television tower and surrounding hills, watch out for squirt-gun-toting guests and flying volleyballs.

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  • Already San Quintin school has soccer balls, volleyballs, basketballs and a combo copy machine and printer.

    Gringos are changing Mexico

  • We learned later that the First Dog was quite fanatical about sports, that he loved playing with volleyballs and golf balls, as well as observing horseshoe matches.

    Misty

  • He would also cut up old volleyballs, pull out the bladders, blow them up, and we would bat them back and forth over the coffee table.

    Misty

  • Our guests also received mini souvenir volleyballs and baseball bats, engraved with our names and the date.

    Misty

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