kickball

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kick·ball

 (kĭk′bôl′)
n.
A children's game having rules similar to baseball but played with a large ball that is rolled toward homeplate instead of pitched and kicked instead of batted.

kickball

(ˈkɪkˌbɔːl)
n
1. (Team Sports, other than specified) a children's ball game similar to baseball but played without bats and with a larger ball which the players kick
2. (Team Sports, other than specified) the type of ball used for the game of kickball
References in classic literature ?
But he thought it was a ball, and Jenny Wren had told him that boys kick balls, so he kicked it; and after that he could not find it anywhere.
Just try and kick ball into goal" he shouted slowly in plain English.
But the window is closed now and I've got to agree with the manager (Gary Bowyer), I think it would probably be better off ending before the first kick ball is kicked.
Also known as kick ball, sepak takraw is widely popular in Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and the Philippines.
It was the second save from a penalty kick this week, after Casillas stopped the penalty kick ball in the Primera Liga game against Almeria.
The book touches on many issues including kids with disabilities, foster care, friendship, bullying, faith and prayer, kick ball, super powers, domestic abuse, and sibling relationships.
DERBY Arms' 9-0 victory over Birchgreen was enough to put them top of the Skelmersdale six-a-side league table, but OAP's remain tucked in just behind the leaders after 4-0 win over We Kick Ball.
They just want to get out onto the field and kick ball.
During the mid-afternoon, classes break-up for team sports activities, like football or kick ball.
I am aware that bestowing this highest academic title to people who have proven mostly they have the skill to kick ball, became a tradition for this University a this title was given already to Bulgarian football player, Hristo Bonev, Italian football star, Carlo Ancelotti, and others.
This year's Traditional Games included Ring the Stick, in which a hoop of any size is tied to a length of rawhide and attached to a stick; Kick Ball, in which a hacky sack type of ball with a braided tail is kicked along a course; in Run and Scream, a player starts running, sucking in a big breath of air, and screams while running, and when he takes another breath is where the marker is placed in the ground; and, in Hoop and Arrow, the person who hits closest to the centre of the hoop with an arrow wins.
TVs broadcast sporting events, kick ball, karaoke,bike nights, pool table, tart boards and video game add a substantial cash flow to the bottom line.