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meg

meg  n.— «The objective of this game is real simple. Each player will try to “meg” the opponent while trying not to be “megged” themself. A “meg” or “nutmeg” is when a ball is played through...

pantload

pantload  n.— «Vince seems to be having a harder and harder time giving Hogan bigger than life opponents. After so many fat-guy feuds, a Hogan match can’t build anxiety in the marks unless the opponent is a mega pantload.» —“Re:...

clearing

clearing  n.— «He has noticed that Mr. Rumsfeld, 74, often wins points because, after hitting a shot, he does not get out of the way so his opponent has a chance to return the ball, a practice known in squash as “clearing...

circus save

circus save n. a spectacular or unorthodox sports move that prevents an opponent from scoring. Editorial Note: This is related to circus catch, which Paul Dickson, with Barry Popik’s help, traced back to 1886 in his 1999 New Dickson Baseball...

diddle

diddle  n.— «The diddle shall be as follows—ADO Rules: All matches will begin with the flip of a coin. The coin toss determines who has the option to diddle first. The winner of the coin toss may elect to throw the diddle first or have the...

cutie

cutie  n.— «Prize-ring cuties are boxers who pay far less attention to inflicting damage on their opponents than to protecting themselves. Some of our most successful fisticuffians have been cuties, cuties who have outfumbled good opponent...