chin music


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chin music

n. Slang
1. In baseball, a pitch thrown inside near the head of the batter.
2. A blow to the face.
3. Idle or impudent talk.

chin music

n
1. (Baseball) cricket baseball bowling or pitching aimed at the batsman or batter's head
2. (Cricket) cricket baseball bowling or pitching aimed at the batsman or batter's head
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chin music - idle or foolish and irrelevant talkchin music - idle or foolish and irrelevant talk
chatter, yack, yak, yakety-yak, cackle - noisy talk
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There's too much chin music an' too little fightin' in this war, anyhow," he said to them, turning his head for a final remark.
Kohli does not understand the fuss about such wickets when India have faced chin music on tours away from the subcontinent, and nobody complained.
But England insist he will not be getting any favours and if Rogers turns up in Birmingham he will get his share of chin music.
But England insist he won't be getting any favours and if Rogers turns up in Birmingham he will get his share of chin music.
In the first over after the Johnson accounted for Jos Buttler - another dismal dangler - as well as Ali, who will get no respite from Australian chin music now.
I'm sure there'll be plenty of controversy during the series, with plenty of sledging (verbal abuse of the batsman) and lots of chin music (the tactic of a shortpitched delivery by a fast bowler with the aim of intimidating the batsman), and all in the name of this game played by fine, upstanding gentlemen
Everyone will get some chin music while Warner growls at them from a fielding position well within earshot.
However, to call for a complete ban on giving batsmen chin music would be unfair on the bowlers with the sport already heavily tilted in favour of batsmen, he said.
It will be sweet music from @Ashanti and chin music for @TimBradleyJr at our April 12 rematch, Live on PPV, #PacBradley @trboxing," (https://twitter.
11 (ANI): South Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait believes some chin music against the Poms starting in Adelaide tomorrow night, could help Australia come out of an off-key summer.
The only reason a spinner won't play is if Australia want to go with five seamers, including Shane Watson, and bowl lots of chin music at our beloved, friendly Poms.