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Lacrosse
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Lacrosse: A game of ball, originating among the North American Indians, now the popular field sport of Canada, and played also in England and the United States. Each play
Langteraloo
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Langteraloo: An old game at cards. See Loo (a) Tatler.
Lansquenet
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Lansquenet: A German foot soldier in foreign service in the 15th and 16th centuries a soldier of fortune a term used in France and Western Europe. A game at cards, vulgar
Lawn Bowls
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Lead
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Lead: The act of leading or conducting guidance direction as, to take the lead to be under the lead of another. At the time I speak of, and having a momentary lead, . . .
Leap-frog
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Leap-frog: Game with includes jumping over the heads of other players
Links
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Links: A tract of ground laid out for the game of golf a golfing green. A second links has recently been opened at Prestwick, and another at Troon, on the same coast. P.
Loggat
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Loggat: A small log or piece of wood. [Obs.] B. Jonson. pl. An old game in England, played by throwing pieces of wood at a stake set in the ground. [Obs.] Shak.
Logomachy
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Logomachy: Contention in words merely, or a contention about words a war of words. The discussion concerning the meaning of the word " justification" . . . has largely be
Loo
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Loo: To beat in the game of loo by winning every trick. [Written also lu.] Goldsmith.
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