• WordNet 3.6
    • n sandlot a vacant lot used by city boys to play games
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • sandlot Pertaining to or resembling the socialistic or communistic followers of Denis Kearney, an Irish agitator, whose principal place of meeting was in the “sand-lots” or unoccupied lands of San Francisco: as, a sand-lot orator; the sand-lot constitution (the constitution of California framed in the year 1879 under the influence of the “sand-lot” agitation).
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In literature:

Your nerves has gone back on you, Sandlot.
"Philo Gubb Correspondence-School Detective" by Ellis Parker Butler

In news:

First used as a baseball sandlot in 1908, Cardines Field has hosted baseball in Newport for over a century.
But the three other sons became major league outfielders by way of the sandlots of San Francisco.
You know the pool scenes in The Sandlot.
SandLot Brewery, Coors Field, Denver, CO. Clark Street Ale House, Chicago, IL.
Johnsmith comes to the Edison Theater all the way from Wisconsin for a special "Sandlot Concert & Picture Show".
Do you remember the movie, The Sandlot .
It's about a group of kids who gather for a summer-long game of sandlot baseball.
This Friday I present to you the gang from Sandlot , ALL GROWN UP.
Sandlot 's health information exchange hits its goal of 1.5 million EMRs in Texas to work toward continuity of care.
Sandlot 's Texas Health Information Exchange Reaches 1.5 Million Patients.
On Sandlot Day, Children Call Their Own Shots.
The Sandlot is a 1993 film about young baseball players.
The film was directed by David Evans and was released with the title The Sandlot Kids in Australia and the United Kingdom.
A baseball yarn about nine boys, the dusty lot they play on and a mysterious monster that wolfs down their stray baseballs, " Sandlot " may not be one for the ages.
Remember black-and-white Westerns and sandlot baseball.