polo mallet

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n polo mallet a mallet used to strike the ball in polo
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Usage

In literature:

POLO, a game similar to hockey, played on horseback with mallets, and devised by British officers in India in place of football.
"The Nuttall Encyclopaedia" by Edited by Rev. James Wood
She said to the day of his death he'd never even had a polo mallet in his hand.
"Somewhere in Red Gap" by Harry Leon Wilson
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In news:

Bicycles and bike parts, along with mallets and balls, were strewn along the sidelines of Winthrop Polo Field on Nov 19.
A Dallas County jury on Wednesday found a member of a prominent real estate family not guilty of assaulting an Argentinean professional polo player with a mallet during a 2009 match in Irving.
An Argentine professional polo player testified Tuesday that a Dallas real estate executive on an opposing team whacked him in the head with a mallet during a 2009 match and briefly knocked him unconscious for no apparent reason.
A Maui man must undergo anger management for splitting a teen's head open with a mallet during a polo match.
A new league merges bicyclists with polo 'mallets,' looking to grow biking solidarity in the community.
The familiar crack of a bamboo mallet reverberates through the dry Colorado air, and with some serious maneuvering, I manage to turn the 1,100-pound steed I'm riding toward the action on the polo pitch.
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