Definition of Ringtoss

1. n. A game in which the object is to toss a ring so that it will catch upon an upright stick.



Definition of Ringtoss

1. Noun. (alternative form of ring toss) ¹

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Definition of Ringtoss

1. a game in which the object is to toss a ring onto an upright stick [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ringtoss

ringside seat
ringsider
ringsiders
ringsides
ringspot
ringster
ringsters
ringstraked
ringtail
ringtailed
ringtails
ringtaw
ringtaws
ringtone
ringtones
ringtoss (current term)
ringtosses
ringway
ringways
ringwise
ringwoodite
ringwoodites
ringwork
ringworks
ringworm
ringworm bush
ringworm cassia
ringworm of beard
ringworm of body
ringworm of foot

Literary usage of Ringtoss

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1. Work and Play with Numbers by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1912)
"These children are playing ringtoss. Each ring on the post counts 5. How much do 2 rings count ? How much do 3 rings count ? How much do 4 rings count? ..."

2. The Mothercraft Manual by Mary Lillian Read (1916)
"ringtoss. Glue a small, straight stick, as a piece of a broom handle, upright to a flat ... Make hoops as for ringtoss, about twelve inches in diameter. ..."

3. Education by Plays and Games by George Ellsworth Johnson (1907)
"The bags ought to weigh not less than half a pound. ringtoss. ... ringtoss Archery. Boys of this age can make their own crude bows and arrows. ..."

4. American Physical Education Review by American Physical Education Association (1920)
"ringtoss. This consists of a board about 2*4 feet square, or 2 x 3 feet with 4-inch nails tacked in about 6 inches from each other in any direction. ..."

5. The Colonial House by Joseph Everett Chandler (1916)
"A flower-bed was next the walk and then a grass-plot big enough for croquet, ringtoss or other small games while the long axis was quite sufficient for ..."

6. The Teaching of Arithmetic by David Eugene Smith (1913)
"Of course we have such games as bean bag, ringtoss, and sometimes dominoes and number games with cards, used in the schoolroom. ..."

7. The Teaching of Arithmetic by David Eugene Smith (1913)
"ringtoss. Rings of different colors and sizes are thrown at a standard, the smaller ones that encircle it counting more than the larger ones. ..."

8. American Playgrounds: Their Construction, Equipment, Maintenance and Utility by Joseph Lee (1908)
"Track and field sports; quoits, ringtoss and other games of skill. 3.00 to 3.30.—Team games of high organization for girls. 3.30 to 4.00. ..."

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