Related to Divet: diverticulitis, duvet


n.1.See Divot.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"She had a bit of asymmetry in the chin and a bit of divet on both sides which she doesn't seem to have now."
Divet Hill Quarry, near Great and Little Bavington, between the A68 and A696 and to the south-west of Kirkharle, has been in use since 1934.
The fatality - which happened in 2009 at Divet Hill Quarry in Northumberland, owned by CEMEX UK Materials Ltd - was investigated by the Health and Safety Executive.
On the downside, the cratering of attendance and the cloud that hung over the Mets until only Monday with the Madoff Ponzi scandal has taken a big divet out of club.
The second of which will see the ball deflect off a Rugby League ball-sized divet right into his path.
(2.) Treves S, Anderson AA, Ducreux S, Divet A, Bleunven C, Grasso C et al.
As the winner of the 2005 Cheltenham Foxhunters it is quite a coincidence that he ends his days in the next-door farm to 2003 Aintree Fox Hunters' winner Divet Hill!
PGA Tour Golf Shoe Bag Set contains shoe brush with spike tool and shoe horn, divet tool with ball marker, neutral shoe polish and cloth.
Fortunately, there are a number of creative ways to work with your anatomy, according to former New York City Ballet dancer Carole Divet, now assistant director of costumes at NYCB, who has designed costumes that range from simple leotards to romantic tutus.