A ball struck, thrown, or propelled in a high arc.
Slang A clumsy lifeless person; a lout.
A pass or stroke which arches high in to the atmosphere.
a country bumpkin, clown
A fish, the European pollock.
A dull, heavy individual.
some thing thick and hefty.
The European pollock.
The act of lobbing
A dull, sluggish individual; a lout.
The last individual in a race.
some thing dense and lumpish; a lump.
A thick, soft blend. Start to see the quotation, and compare loblolly.
[⟨ lob, verb] In cricket, a minimal slow basketball.
In lawn-tennis, a play where one of several participants knocks the ball over the mind of their opponent to the back area of the judge.
Lob Lie-by-the-fire—the Lubber-flend, as Milton calls him—is a rough sort of Brownie or home Elf, expected to haunt some north-country homesteads, in which he does the work regarding the farm-labourers, for no grander earnings than “—to make his cream-bowl duly set.”
an easy return of a tennis baseball in a top arc
the work of propelling some thing (as a ball or shell etc.) in a higher arc
To throw (a lump or baseball, etc.); throw gently or with a slow activity; specifically, in lawn-tennis, to strike (the baseball) within the head of your opponent in to the straight back an element of the judge.
To be tossed with a slow action, as a cricket-ball or a go.
To hang straight down; drop or droop.
to hold wearily or languidly; enable to drop or droop.
In milling, to-break (ore, etc.) into pieces with a hammer for sorting.