A child's online game where each of four people appears in one of four containers drawn on a lawn in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's box without holding the basketball or stepping-out of bounds.
A child's game where every one of four people appears in one of four boxes attracted on a lawn in a two-by-two grid and must jump a ball into another player's field without holding the ball or stepping-out of bounds.
A child's game for which every one of four people stands in one of four containers drawn on the ground in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's field without keeping the basketball or stepping out of bounds.
alternate form of four-square.
a four-square cipher
alternate type of four-square.
A figure with four equal edges.
a four-square cipher
A figure with four equal edges.
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four correct angles; a four-sided regular polygon
Alternative form of four square.
a four-square cipher
(geometry) an airplane rectangle with four equal sides and four right sides; a four-sided regular polygon
a kid's online game in which each of four people stands in one of four cardboard boxes attracted on the ground in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's box without keeping the basketball or stepping-out of bounds.
alternate type of four square.
a four-square cipher
A figure with four equal edges.
A figure with four equal edges.
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal edges and four right perspectives; a four-sided regular polygon
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four correct perspectives; a four-sided regular polygon
a young child's online game where each of four players appears in just one of four boxes attracted on the floor in a two-by-two grid and must jump a ball into another player's box without keeping the ball or stepping out of bounds.
A child's online game where each of four people appears in just one of four boxes attracted on the ground in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's box without keeping the basketball or stepping out of bounds.
a young child's online game by which each of four people appears in one of four containers drawn on the floor in a two-by-two grid and must jump a ball into another player's box without holding the basketball or stepping-out of bounds.
a young child's online game by which each of four people stands in just one of four boxes drawn on the floor in a two-by-two grid and must jump a ball into another player's field without holding the baseball or stepping-out of bounds.
Alternative form of four-square.
a young child's online game by which each of four people appears in one of four boxes attracted on a lawn in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's box without keeping the baseball or stepping out of bounds.
a four-square cipher
Alternative as a type of four square.
alternate as a type of four-square.
a four-square cipher
a four-square cipher
A child's online game where every one of four people stands in just one of four cardboard boxes drawn on the ground in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's package without holding the ball or stepping-out of bounds.
A figure with four equal sides.
Alternative type of four square.
A figure with four equal sides.
A figure with four equal edges.
a four-square cipher
alternate as a type of four-square.
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles; a four-sided regular polygon
A child's game by which every one of four people appears in one of four cardboard boxes attracted on a lawn in a two-by-two grid and must jump a ball into another player's package without keeping the baseball or stepping out of bounds.
Alternative as a type of four square.
a four-square cipher
a four-square cipher
A figure with four equal edges.
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal edges and four right sides; a four-sided regular polygon
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal edges and four correct sides; a four-sided regular polygon
A figure with four equal edges.
A figure with four equal sides.
a young child's online game for which every one of four people appears in just one of four cardboard boxes attracted on the floor in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's package without holding the basketball or stepping out of bounds.
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles; a four-sided regular polygon
(geometry) an airplane rectangle with four equal edges and four right sides; a four-sided regular polygon
Alternative form of four-square.
(geometry) an airplane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles; a four-sided regular polygon
Alternative type of four square.
a four-square cipher
a kid's game in which all of four players appears in one of four bins drawn on a lawn in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's box without keeping the basketball or stepping out of bounds.
a four-square cipher
a young child's online game where every one of four players appears in one of four containers attracted on the ground in a two-by-two grid and must jump a ball into another player's box without keeping the baseball or stepping out of bounds.
A figure with four equal sides.
A figure with four equal edges.
alternate as a type of four-square.
(geometry) an airplane rectangle with four equal edges and four correct angles; a four-sided regular polygon
a four-square cipher
Alternative as a type of four square.
a four-square cipher
A figure with four equal sides.
A figure with four equal sides.
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right perspectives; a four-sided regular polygon
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal edges and four right perspectives; a four-sided regular polygon
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal edges and four correct angles; a four-sided regular polygon
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