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roquet (redirected from roqueted)
tr.v. ro·queted (-kād′)
, ro·quet·ing (-kā′ĭng)
, ro·quets (-kāz′)
To hit (another player's ball) in croquet.
roquet (ˈrəʊkɪ) croquet
) , -queting
) or -queted
(Croquet) to drive one's ball against (another person's ball) in order to be allowed to croquet
(Croquet) the act of roqueting
[C19: variant of croquet]
Racket, Racquet, Racquette, Roquet or Racker an assembly of high society at a private house, 1745; a popular, noisy or confused group; also the noise made by such a group.
Examples: racquet of mirth and war, 1822; racket of society, 1886.
Past participle: roqueted
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The first extra stroke is the croquet stroke and is played by picking up the striker's ball and placing it in contact with the ball it has struck, the roqueted
Ball-in-hand: A ball that needs to be repositioned anywhere on the court, usually in close proximity to another ball which it has roqueted
Should he succeed at the roquet, he is entitled to two further strokes; for the first he may "take croquet," placing his own ball a ainst the roqueted
ball and driving it anywhere but out of bounds.