punchball


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punchball

1. a stuffed or inflated ball, supported by a flexible rod, that is punched for exercise, esp boxing training
2. US a game resembling baseball in which a light ball is struck with the fist
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That punchball had quite a height advantage, but it still didn't stand a chance.
But while a seventh grader, I established my reputation among the school's punchball players, even among the ninth grade seniors, with my ability to punch a ball the entire length of our schoolyard, over a 10 foot high chain link fence and across a street where the flight of the ball was blocked from traveling any further by an apartment building.
Save your silly advice for those jerks with whom you play that stupid punchball, okay?
The schoolyard with the squared-off punchball box faced 109th.
EXCLUSIVE by RYAN PARRY Mario Balotelli missed Manchester City's New Year's Day match due to injury - but was hammering an amusement arcade's punchball the next night.
Balotelli then wandered over to the punchball where Matt was getting top scores.
He fastened his punchball with a wire to an overhead electricity cable .
When he was showing a pal around, he switched on the light and took a swing at the punchball - electro- cuting himself.
ANTICS Punchball MADCAP Mario walks with his girlfriend Rafaella Fico yesterday
Now Terri - nicknamed the Bingham Bruiser after her home district- has her sights set on her own punchball.
Especially the punchball, which employees can use to relieve tension.
Businessman John Llewellyn and wife Maureen , both 50, told how Claire, 27, was used as a punchball by David Llewellyn.