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amberjack any of various large game fishes of warm oceans; yellowtail.
application program a computer program designed to be used by, and perform a particular function for, end users, such as a word-processing program, browser, or game.
auction bridge a version of bridge in which players bid for the right to specify which suit will be trump, any extra tricks won beyond the contract being scored toward a game.
baccarat a card game, often played for high stakes in European casinos, in which the dealer plays against several other players.
backgammon a board game in which each of two opponents throws dice and tries to move several pieces clockwise around and eventually off the board.
bag to kill or capture (game). [1/11 definitions]
bagatelle a game played with balls and cues on a table with holes at one end. [1/3 definitions]
ball1 a game played with a ball, esp. baseball. [1/7 definitions]
ball boy a boy or young man who retrieves stray balls during a tennis or baseball game, or who has charge of balls used in practice, as in football and basketball.
ball girl a girl or young woman who retrieves stray balls during a tennis or baseball game, or who has charge of balls used in practice, as in field hockey or volleyball.
baseball a game played with a bat and ball by two teams of nine players each, the object being to score runs by advancing runners around four bases. [2 definitions]
basketball a game played by two teams of five players each, with points scored by shooting the ball through a raised metal hoop and net at the opponent's end of the court. [2 definitions]
batting the action of using a bat in a game of baseball or cricket. [1/2 definitions]
battledore the paddle used in this game. [1/2 definitions]
beano a game similar to bingo, often using beans as markers.
beater a person whose job it is to flush out game for hunting by striking the bushes and ground cover. [1/4 definitions]
bezique a card game similar to pinochle but using two of each card higher than a six.
billiards (used with a sing. verb) a game played on a cloth-covered rectangular table that has a cushioned rim, in which players use a long cue stick to drive hard balls against one another or into pockets at the edges and corners of the table. (Cf. pool2.)
bingo a game of chance in which markers are placed on numbered squares on a card, in accordance with numbers chosen randomly and announced by a caller, and which is won by placing five such markers in a row.
bird dog a dog or breed of dogs used to hunt or retrieve game birds.
birling a game or contest of skill between two lumberjacks, won by whoever maintains his balance longest while balancing on and rotating a floating log.