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Word Example of - Ball

Example Sentences for ball

I bought a lot, thinking some one might get hurt at the ball game.

They told her a beautiful Princess had been at the ball, with whom the Prince was delighted.

The evening was closed by a ball given by the Prince to the ladies of the town.

But a soldier must be clad even to sixty rounds of ball cartridge.

I almost had the ball, but my side hurt me so that I missed it entirely.

Beyond his quickness and dash, he had the mysterious faculty of staying with the ball.

I did not want to come to this ball, said Eugnie; it was clearly a presentiment.

Stanford took a desperate brace and Berkeley lost the ball on downs.

That's about while I felt the ball through my arm, and my gun had to drop.

On being caught—which it easily is—it becomes in the hand as round as a ball.

Word Origin & History of - Ball

     

The Definition of - Ball (verb)

    noun
    1.
    a spherical or approximately spherical body or shape; sphere:
    He rolled the piece of paper into a ball.
    2.
    a round or roundish body, of various sizes and materials, either hollow or solid, for use in games, as baseball, football, tennis, or golf.
    3.
    a game played with a ball, especially baseball:
    The boys are out playing ball.
    4.
    Baseball. a pitched ball, not swung at by the batter, that does not pass over home plate between the batter's shoulders and knees.
    5.
    Military.
    1. a solid, usually spherical projectile for a cannon, rifle, pistol, etc., as distinguished from a shell.
    2. projectiles, especially bullets, collectively.
    6.
    any part of a thing, especially of the human body, that is rounded or protuberant:
    the ball of the thumb.
    7.
    a round mass of food, as of chopped meat, dough, or candy.
    8.
    Slang: Vulgar. a testis.
    9.
    balls, Slang: Vulgar.
    1. boldness; courage; brashness.
    2. nonsense (often used as an interjection).
    10.
    bolus (def 1).
    11.
    Horticulture. a compact mass of soil covering the roots of an uprooted tree or other plant.
    12.
    Literary. a planetary or celestial body, especially the earth.
    13.
    Mathematics. (in a metric space) the set of points whose distance from the zero element is less than, or less than or equal to, a specified number.
    verb (used with object)
    14.
    to make into a ball (sometimes followed by up):
    The children were balling up snow to make a snowman.
    15.
    to wind into balls:
    to ball cotton.
    16.
    Slang: Vulgar. to have sexual intercourse with.
    verb (used without object)
    17.
    to form or gather into a ball:
    When the spun sugar balls, the candy has cooked sufficiently.
    18.
    Slang: Vulgar. to have sexual intercourse.
    Verb phrases
    19.
    ball up, Slang. to make or become utterly confused; muddle:
    The records had been all balled up by inefficient file clerks.
    Idioms
    20.
    ball the jack, Slang.
    1. to act with speed.
    2. to stake everything on one attempt.
    21.
    carry the ball, to assume the responsibility; bear the burden:
    You can always count on him to carry the ball in an emergency.
    22.
    drop the ball, to make a mistake or miss an opportunity at a critical moment.
    23.
    keep the ball rolling, to continue or give renewed vigor to an activity already under way:
    When their interest lagged, he tried to keep the ball rolling.
    24.
    on the ball,
    1. alert and efficient or effective:
      If you don't get on the ball, you'll be fired.
    2. indicating intelligence or ability:
      The tests show your students don't have much on the ball. The new manager has a lot on the ball.
    25.
    play ball,
    1. to begin or continue playing a game.
    2. to start or continue any action.
    3. to work together; cooperate:
      union leaders suspected of playing ball with racketeers.
    26.
    run with the ball, to assume responsibility or work enthusiastically:
    If management approves the concept, we'll run with the ball.
    27.
    start the ball rolling, to put into operation; begin:
    The recreation director started the ball rolling by having all the participants introduce themselves.