cannonball definition

  • noun:
    • A round projectile fired from a cannon.
    • A jump into water made with the arms grasping the upraised knees.
    • some thing, particularly a quick train, moving with great rate.
    • Sports a quick low offer in playing tennis.
    • the consequence of running and leaping in a flexed place into a pool to create a large splash, mimicking the trip and shape of a cannonball.
    • something which moves quickly.
    • a served ball that travels with great speed and describes little or no arc in flight.
    • an excellent projectile that in previous times was fired from a cannon
    • A round projectile fired from a cannon.
    • A jump into liquid made with the arms grasping the upraised legs.
    • anything, including a fast train, moving with great speed.
    • Sports A fast reduced serve in tennis.
    • The result of working and leaping in a flexed place into a swimming pool to create a sizable splash, mimicking the trip and model of a cannonball.
    • something which moves fast.
    • a served basketball that journeys with great speed and defines little if any arc in-flight.
    • a solid projectile that in previous times ended up being fired from a cannon
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to visit with great rate.
    • To leap into liquid while grasping your upraised knees with your hands.
    • To travel with great speed.
    • To jump into liquid while grasping an individual's upraised knees with one's hands.
  • verb:
    • To jump/dive into water performing a cannonball landing.
    • To jump/dive into water doing a cannonball landing.

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