Definition of Grounders

1. Noun. (plural of grounder) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Grounders

1. grounder [n] - See also: grounder

Lexicographical Neighbors of Grounders

groundburst
groundbursts
groundcherries
groundcherry
groundcover
groundcovers
groundcrew
groundcrews
grounde
grounded
grounded theory
groundedly
groundedness
grounden
grounder
grounders (current term)
groundes
groundfire
groundfish
groundfished
groundfishes
groundfishing
groundfloor
groundfloors
groundhog
groundhogs
groundhopper
groundhoppers
grounding
groundings

Literary usage of Grounders

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Basket Ball and Indoor Baseball for Women by Helen Frost, Charles Digby Wardlaw (1920)
"FIELDING grounders AND Low BALLS The course and speed of a bounding ball determine in the judgment of the player the best way in which it should be played. ..."

2. Readers' Theater by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Evan-Moor, Michael Ryall, Don Robison (2003)
"The Under-grounders In this futuristic fantasy, a young boy escapes from an underground dome to see if there is still life on the surface of Earth. ..."

3. Athletic Games in the Education of Women by Gertrude Dudley, Frances Kellor (1909)
"In fielding grounders, keep knees together and body low, so as to block the ball if the hands miss it. The third baseman should make a special effort to ..."

4. Composition and Rhetoric for Schools by Robert Herrick, Lindsay Todd Damon (1905)
"This practice in catching grounders is continued during the entire indoor ... After the men have had several weeks' practice in catching the grounders, ..."

5. Hydroelectric Developments and Engineering: A Practical and Theoretical by Frank Koester (1909)
"It might be of interest to state that the waterflow grounders are designed to carry off from o.1 ampere to 0.15 ampere, according to the chemical ..."

6. Education by Plays and Games by George Ellsworth Johnson (1907)
"A batter knocks flies or grounders to the other players. Whoever catches a flj- or stops three grounders becomes batter. This game is usually started by ..."

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