Ball - definition, pronunciation, transcription
the mayor threw out the first ball
the ball rolled into the corner pocket
- a compact mass (syn: chunk, clod, clump, glob, lump)
- a more or less rounded anatomical body or mass
he stood on the balls of his feet
there was a baseball game on every empty lot
there was a desire for National League ball in the area
I stood up quickly and balled my hands into fists.
He balled the letter in his hands and threw it in the trash.
Children like to ball mud up in their hands.
He balled up the letter and threw it into the wastepaper basket.
Weiskopf hit the ball 330 yards and a cheer went up.
Shape the dough into balls.
D'you want to go out and play ball?
Dad likes college ball.
Ray balled up his fists.
The ball rolled between the desk and the wall.
The quarterback downed the ball to stop the clock.
The ball rolled under the car.
Touching the ball with your hands is against the rules.
The ball hit me right in the face.
The forward headed the ball into the goal.
present participle: balling
past tense: balled
past participle: balled
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