fives

[n] - (British) a game resembling handball
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Fives

Fives (fīvz) noun plural A kind of play with a ball against a wall, resembling tennis; -- so named because three fives , or fifteen , are counted to the game. Smart. Fives court , a place for playing fives.
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Fives

Fives noun [ See Vives .] A disease of the glands under the ear in horses; the vives. Shak.
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fives

noun a game resembling handball; played on a court with a front wall and two side walls
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Fives

• (n. pl.) A kind of play with a ball against a wall, resembling tennis; -- so named because three fives, or fifteen, are counted to the game. • (n.) A disease of the glands under the ear in horses; the vives.
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fives

a ball game played by two or four players in a court enclosed on three or four sides, the hard ball being struck with the hand usually protected by a ...
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Fives

Fives is a kind of game with a ball, originally called hand-tennis, played on a level piece of ground with a smooth wall, against which the ball is struck after its first rebound from the ground. It is so named probably from its being usually played with five on each side, although others give different explanations, as that it is so called because...
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