Moving slowly away, he caromed against two people who were turning out from the pavement to cross the street.
"The Turmoil" by Booth Tarkington
He caromed against the point, then fell headlong.
"Bruce" by Albert Payson Terhune
We played the English game, in which caroms and pockets both count.
"Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete" by Albert Bigelow Paine
How many caroms do you think you can make out of that layout?
"Chapters from My Autobiography" by Mark Twain
Bills weighted with coins caromed along the canvas floor.
"Spring Street" by James H. Richardson
That wa'n't a marker though, to the reverse English carom Sadie takes after we'd got into a cab and started for her hotel.
"Shorty McCabe" by Sewell Ford
The pig now lay still, and satisfied that he had killed it, he tried to repeat the carom, but failed.
""Where Angels Fear to Tread" and Other Stories of the Sea" by Morgan Robertson
Close in the fork he was protected on either side from the hammering blows of the caroming timber.
"The Promise" by James B. Hendryx
At the door he tried to move aside but was too slow for the quick moving young woman who caromed off him.
"Mercenary" by Dallas McCord Reynolds
Some one caromed against the screen.
"They of the High Trails" by Hamlin Garland
The bulk of the matter now follows the current in an almost solid raft, as it caroms from shore to shore.
"Afloat on the Ohio" by Reuben Gold Thwaites
Allan plunged down into the darkness, caroming from wall to wall as he half ran, half fell, down the twisting stairs.
"When the Sleepers Woke" by Arthur Leo Zagat
It had hit the screen, caromed off into a wild, twisting skid, and hit the ground, completely wrecked.
"Evil Out of Onzar" by Mark Ganes
Kenniston's shoulder hit the captain and sent him caroming into Murdock.
"The World with a Thousand Moons" by Edmond Hamilton
They caromed onto the ice of the lake.
"The Sphere of Sleep" by Chester S. Geier
She, on the other hand, kept caroming phrases at him indirectly wounding and pinching him, while talking with Miguel.
"Maximina" by Armando Palacio Valdés
The three-ball carom game is the recognized form of American billiards.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Slice 7" by Various
No one who has caromed against the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce will wonder that Cleveland won.
"Abroad at Home" by Julian Street
Motherly dowagers in ball costumes bumped and caromed from the ample forms of procuresses.
"What Will People Say?" by Rupert Hughes
If they want to play billiards with the stars, so they don't carom on us, let them play.
"The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 12 (of 12) Dresden Edition--Miscellany" by Robert G. Ingersoll