Definition of Lacrosse player
1. Noun. An athlete who plays lacrosse.
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Literary usage of Lacrosse player
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1. Canadian Pictures Drawn with Pen and Pencil by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell Argyll (1892)
"... lacrosse player. m Catlin's ' \orth American India them, much as it is with our fox-hunters, who call their sport a mimic war. ..."
2. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1898)
"Nor does the state of our grounds in the winter tend to improve matters, though happily lacrosse player? very seldom have to wade about in mud, ..."
3. Athletics at Princeton: A History by Frank Presbrey, James Hugh Moffatt (1901)
"A good lacrosse player must be cool, quick, enduring, strong, a swift runner, and keen-sighted ; in other words, he must possess the qualities of a good ..."
4. Canada Under the Administration of Lord Lorne by Joseph Edmund Collins (1884)
"... and although it might provoke a smile from the shade of Tul- lock-chisk-ko (a celebrated Indian lacrosse player of legendary times) and his dusky ..."
5. Memorial and Family History of Erie County, New York by Genealogical Publishing Company (N.Y.) (1908)
"athletics, and was an expert lacrosse player, having played with the Yale Freshmen and University Lacrosse teams, and served as President of the Yale ..."
6. The Book of School and College Sports by Ralph Henry Barbour (1904)
"... around—between the securing of the ball and recovery; and this may explain why the lacrosse-player takes to hockey when winter comes, and rice versa. ..."