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Slugfest
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Slugfest: Heated fight in which there are many physical blows game in which a lot of good hits are made (Baseball Slang)
Snarer
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One who lays snares, or entraps. Snarer: One who captures small game with a snare, trapper one who captures or ensnares
Snipe
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(Zo?l.) Any one of numerous species of limicoline game birds of the family Scolopacid?, having a long, slender, nearly straight beak. Note: The common, or whole, snipe (
Snooker
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Softball
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Softball: Form of baseball played on a smaller diamond with a larger ball ball used in the game of softball
Sold game
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Sold game: Game in which the players were bribed to intentionally lose the game
Solitaire
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A person who lives in solitude a recluse a hermit. Pope. A single diamond in a setting also, sometimes, a precious stone of any kind set alone. Diamond solitaires blazin
Solo
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Solo: Musical composition played or sung by one person performance by a single person something done alone and without assistance (i.e. airplane flight) game in which a
Solo whist
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Solo whist: A card game played with the full pack ranking as at whist, each player declaring for which of seven different points he proposes to play.
Stalking-horse
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A horse, or a figure resembling a horse, behind which a hunter conceals himself from the game he is aiming to kill. Fig.: Something used to cover up a secret project a m
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