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Definition of Foosball
1. a table game resembling soccer [n -S]
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Literary usage of Foosball
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Wild Winds: Adventures in the Highest Andes by Ed Darack (2001)
"No one took notice of me as I walked up to the entrance. A gaggle of screaming beer- swillers hovered over a well-worn foosball table. "A foosball table," I ..."
2. Adventure Guide Honduras & The Bay Islands by Maria Fiallos (2006)
"... Blvd. Los Proceres SO, 19-20 Calle, has three bars and giant TV screens as well as beach volleyball, foosball, and pool tables. ..."
3. Montreal by Ulysses Travel Guides Staff (2004)
"A variety of movie posters adorn the walls, giving the place distinctive character. lt has a pool table and a foosball table, and hosts live folk and blues ..."
4. Miami & the Florida Keys Alive! by Lisa Simundson (2001)
"Lost Weekend features pool, foosball, darts and video games. Open nightly, 5 pm-5 am. PENROD'S BEACH CLUB One Ocean Drive •a 305-538-1111 g www.penrods.com ..."
5. Georgia and the Carolinas by Norman Renouf, Kathy Renouf (1999)
"Also on hand at the Heron Park Center is a fitness room and a game room including billiards, foosball and air hockey. Bicycles can be rented either from the ..."
6. Slipping Through the Cracks: Unaccompanied Children Detained by the U.S by Rosa Ehrenreich (1997)
"... room and a recreation room with a ping-pong table, a foosball table and a television. The classrooms are small, and extremely crowded when full. ..."
7. Surviving Twilight: A Soldier's Chronicle of Daily Life in Iraq by Shane A. Bernskoetter (2005)
"Playing cards and foosball and other vigorous physical activities is so yesteryear. The soldier of today gets back to his living spot and boots up his ..."