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Gunning: The act or practice of hunting or shooting game with a gun. The art of gunning was but little practiced. Goldsmith.
Half time
Half time: Half of a particular period of time point at which the first half of a game has been played (Football)
Half time whistle
Half time whistle: Whistle blown by a referee to indicate that the first half of a sports game has ended and the intermission is beginning (Sports)
Handball: A ball for throwing or using with the hand. A game played with such a ball, as by players striking it to and fro between them with the hands, or alternately ag
Handball game
Handball game: Game involving two to four players in which a ball is hit by hand against a wall or board
Hare: (Zo?l.) A rodent of the genus Lepus, having long hind legs, a short tail, and a divided upper lip. It is a timid animal, moves swiftly by leaps, and is remarkable f
Hare and hounds
Hare and hounds: Outdoor game of chase in which some of the players (the hares) leave a trail of paper and the others (the hounds) try to follow the trail and find and c
Hat trick
Hat trick: (Sports) series of three successive wins three goals scored by the same player in one game (Soccer Ice hockey) three wickets taken by a one player in three su
Hazarder: A player at the game of hazard a gamester. [Obs.] Chaucer. One who hazards or ventures.
Heads or tails
Heads or tails: Phrase referring to the front and back in a coin gambling game in which a coin is tossed and the winner is the player who guessed which side of the coin
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