billiard billiard  /ˈbɪl jərd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) of or relating to billiards

Usage(s):

  1. A few years ago no gentleman built a country house without putting in a billiard room.
  2. Promoters call it pocket billiards and push it as a harmless pastime.
  3. Let us to billiards: come, Charmian.

News

  1. Holy Helicopter Contribution

    There's is no question Bishop I. V. Billiard has built a religious empire at New Light Church in Houston.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: FOX 26 Houston

  2. New League Unites America’s Best Billiard Clubs

    CueSports International (CSI) and Joe Tucker have joined forces to launch the new American Billiard Club League (ABC League). The goal of this new league is to unite some of America’s best billiard clubs in an effort to provide a sensible formula for aspiring players to compete on a national level. (PRWeb June 13, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10823679 ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: PRWeb

Quotes

  1. "I met Paul Newman when I was a junior in high school, when I was the houseman in a billiard parlor in Westport, Conn.," Ratzenberger recalled. "He came in to shoot pool one night. I met him that one night and never saw him again, so I'm...
    on Jun 8, 2006 By: John Ratzenberger Source: KCCI.com

  2. "Undoubtedly cricket is the most popular sport in our country. I watch cricket with interest and I am also a huge fan of India captain (Mahendra Singh) Dhoni. The other sports, including billiard and snooker, should also learn from cricket how the...
    on Feb 3, 2010 By: Pankaj Advani Source: Times of India

  3. "The Night Café" deals with madness: "The room is blood red and dark yellow with a green billiard table in the middle," Van Gogh wrote. "Everywhere there is a clash and contrast of the most alien reds and greens."
    on May 24, 2007 By: Van Gogh Source: Newsday

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