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boxball

(ˈbɒksˌbɔːl)
n
(Ball Games, other than specified) US a street game played with a small ball
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box•ball

(ˈbɒksˌbɔl)

n.
a form of handball in which the ball is bounced onto squares of sidewalk and not against a wall.
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