Definition of Carromed
1. carrom [v] - See also: carrom
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carromed
Literary usage of Carromed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hot Stuff, by Famous Funny Men: Comprising Wit, Humor, Pathos, Ridicule by Melville De Lancey Landon (1901)
""Did he do it?" "Do it ? He fixed himself in position, and aimed at a tree In front of him. The bail hit the tree, carromed, hit the corner of a house, ..."
2. The Reading Club and Handy Speaker: Being Selections in Prose and Poetry by George Melville Baker (1879)
"... struck a lamp-post, carromed, and flew behind Tom, and nipped the button off as slick as a whistle. You bet he did it! " "That was fine shooting. ..."
3. Memoirs of Gen. W. T. Sherman by Sherman, William Tecumseh (1999)
"When General Hood first struck our railroad above Marietta, we were not ready, and I was forced to watch his movements further, till he had "carromed" off ..."
4. Memoirs of Gen. W.T. Sherman by William Tecumseh Sherman, James Gillespie Blaine (1891)
"When General Hood first struck our railroad above Marietta, we were not ready, and I was forced to watch his movements further, till he had " carromed" off ..."