Definition of Pool ball
1. Noun. Ball used in playing pool.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pool Ball
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Literary usage of Pool ball
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1891)
"A red pyramid ball must first be played on, and, if it is holed, the striker must then play on a pool ball. The pool balls score two, three, four, five, ..."
2. The Art of Practical Billiards for Amateurs by Alfred Wilks Drayson (1889)
"When a player has pocketed a pyramid ball, he must play at a pool ball. If each pool ball is covered by a pyramid ball, the player is said to be "snookered. ..."
3. Accident Insurance Manual: A Directory of Plans and Contracts of the Leading (1916)
"Prop., supervising only B Bill Poster ; D Billiard and pool ball Maker D Billiard and pool ball Manufacturer, superintending I lüli i ni and pool ball ..."
4. On Causation: With a Chapter on Belief by Charles Arthur Mercier (1916)
"Two or more instances of green colour (a bucket, an armchair, and a pool ball) have only one circumstance (that they are green) in common; this circumstance ..."
5. On Causation: With a Chapter on Belief by Charles Arthur Mercier (1916)
"If two or more instances (a bucket, an armchair, and a pool ball) of the phenomenon under investigation (green colour) have only one other circumstance ..."
6. Conservation Laws by Benjamin Crowell (2003)
"(b) Example: A pool ball hits another pool ball, and transfers some KE. Page 44, problem 11: Suppose the river is 1 m deep, 100 m wide, and flows at a speed ..."