croquet definition

  • noun:
    • a patio online game when the people drive wooden balls through some wickets making use of long-handled mallets.
    • The work of operating away an opponent's croquet baseball by striking your own baseball whenever two are in contact.
    • a game title played in a lawn, in which players use mallets to drive balls through hoops (wickets).
    • a go within online game where the striker's baseball and another basketball are moved by hitting the striker's baseball when they were placed in contact following a roquet.
    • A croquette.
    • An open-air game in which a couple of players seek to drive wood balls, in the form of mallets, through a few hoops or arches set in the bottom in accordance with some design.
    • The work of croqueting.
    • a-game played on a lawn or a prepared piece of surface, with mallets, balls, pegs or articles, and a number of iron hoops or arches arranged in a certain purchase.
    • in online game of croquet, the act of a new player, upon striking a moment baseball together with own, of operating this 1 away by a stroke on his own, which he holds solidly along with his foot, after he has placed the 2 in contact.
    • a game by which players hit a wooden baseball through some hoops; the winner could be the first to traverse all hoops and hit a peg
  • verb-transitive:
    • To drive away (an opponent's croquet baseball) by hitting your very own baseball whenever two have been in contact.
    • into the online game of croquet, to drive away an opponent's ball, after putting an individual's very own in touch with it, by hitting one's own ball with all the mallet.
  • verb:
    • To play a go into the online game of croquet when the striker's baseball and another baseball are moved by striking the striker's ball when they have now been placed in contact after a roquet.
    • drive away by striking with your ball,
    • play a game title which players hit a wooden basketball through a series of hoops
  • others:
    • into the game of croquet, to drive down by a croquet, as an adversary's ball. See croquet, n., 2.

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