pool cue

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Noun1.pool cue - sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiardspool cue - sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards
sports implement - an implement used in a sport
stock - the handle end of some implements or tools; "he grabbed the cue by the stock"
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A BRAWL outside a Coventry nightclub left a victim with nine stitches in his chin after he was attacked with a pool cue.
The teenagers claimed the hotel staff refused to give the money back, and after an hour and half of arguing, they were attacked by a man holding a pool cue.
Shocking footage posted to social media - which has since been removed - captured the moment a youth attacked a firefighter from behind, striking him with a pool cue.
A THUG who shattered a bystander's skull with a pool cue after missing his intended target richly deserved his tough sentence, top judges have ruled.
"One of the Thai girls then poured beer in my juice, held a pool cue and pointed it towards me.
She stressed to Wolverhampton Crown Court that Oliveri had not been brandishing the pool cue and he had not used it to threaten anyone at the Starting Gate public house.
HEARTLESS thieves stole a pool cue from a disabled man who was in a restaurant on his own.
CRAFTY Cockney Eric Bristow was a violent teenage thug who burgled dozens of homes, battered a man senseless with a pub pool cue and chairs...
He punched a man after a row over a spilt drink, and a family member then hit the victim with a pool cue.
THE TAT IS A BOWL of Pho and a pool cue stick, two things that I really like.
He destroyed objects in the house with a pool cue and threatened the children, leading to the aforementioned screams that were loud enough for most people in the normally quiet neighborhood to hear.
A FIVE-FOOT tall pub landlady who fought off an armed gang with a pool cue said yesterday: "If they come back I'll do it again."