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Foiling
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Foiling: The track of game (as deer) in the grass.
Footbag
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Footbag: Small cloth-covered bag that is filled with beans or plastic pellets and resembles a ball any of a number of games played with a footbag in which the object of
Football
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Football: An inflated ball to be kicked in sport, usually made in India rubber, or a bladder incased in Leather. Waller. The game of kicking the football by opposing part
Football game
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Football game: American football match competitive game of soccer
Football match
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Football match: American football match competitive game of soccer
Fourgon
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Fourgon: Having four hands quadrumanous. Goldsmith. Requiring four "hands" or players as, a fourhanded game at cards.
Foursome
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Foursome: A game between four players, with two on each side and each side playing but one ball, the partners striking alternately. It is called a mixed foursome when eac
Fowl
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Fowl: To catch or kill wild fowl, for game or food, as by shooting, or by decoys, nets, etc. Such persons as may lawfully hunt, fish, or fowl. Blackstone. Fowling piece,
Friendly match
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Friendly match: Game between friends, game played without competition
Fumet fumette
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Fumet fumette: The stench or high flavor of game or other meat when kept long. Swift.
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