Definition of Polo mallet
1. Noun. A mallet used to strike the ball in polo.
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Literary usage of Polo mallet
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1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1900)
"During my visit there I saw his Excellency General Black swinging his polo-mallet in the same team with young men orí a clerical salary in commercial houses ..."
2. Songs of the Cowboys by Nathan Howard Thorp (1921)
"Well, I rode across the open and I stooped down ot the run, And picked up the polo mallet (fer the player he was done), And I hit that ball a crack, sir, ..."
3. Songs of the Cowboys by Nathan Howard Thorp (1921)
"Well, I rode across the open and I stooped down 01 the run, And picked up the polo mallet (fer the player he was done) ..."
4. Riders of Many Lands: By Theodore Ayrault Dodge by Theodore Ayrault Dodge (1894)
"The polo mallet is really a sort of small racket with a long bamboo handle, and with the net loose enough to enable the player to catch up and by a circular ..."
5. Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow (2006)
"... streaking past him, baseball bat at ready, and he swung it like a polo mallet and connected with a hollow crunch of aluminum on chitinous leathery skin. ..."