Word of the Day
inadvertent inadvertent
/ˌɪ nəd ˈvɜr tənt /

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  • fielder fielder  /ˈfil dər/ ?  a member of the baseball team that is in the field instead of at bat

    fielder meaning(s) 

    1. (n) a member of the baseball team that is in the field instead of at bat
    2. (n) a member of the cricket team that is fielding rather than batting

    fielder usage(s)

    1. Red Sox center fielder Leon Culberson bobbled the ball briefly, and there was no stopping Slaughter who recklessly ran through a stop sign at third and charged home.
    2. Maz, who'd hit just 11 home runs in the regular season, launched a bomb over left fielder Yogi Berra's head that sent Forbes Field into delirium.
  • fielder's choice fielder's choice  a play made on a ground ball in which the fielder chooses to put out…
  • fieldfare fieldfare  /ˈfil dfɛə/ ?  medium-sized Eurasian thrush seen chiefly in winter
  • fieldhand fieldhand  a hired hand on a farm
  • fielding fielding  /ˈfil dɪŋ/ ?  (baseball) handling the ball while playing in the field
  • fielding average fielding average  (baseball) a measure of a fielder's performance; the number of assists…
  • fieldmice fieldmice  any nocturnal Old World mouse of the genus Apodemus inhabiting woods and fields…
  • fieldmouse fieldmouse  any nocturnal Old World mouse of the genus Apodemus inhabiting woods and fields…
  • fields fields  /ˈfildz/ ?  United States comedian and film actor (1880-1946)
  • fieldsman fieldsman  /ˈfild zmən/ ?  a member of the cricket team that is fielding rather than batting
  • fieldstone fieldstone  stone that occurs naturally in fields; often used as building material
  • fieldwork fieldwork  /ˈfild ˌwɜrk/ ?  a temporary fortification built by troops in the field
  • fieldworker fieldworker  a researcher who works in the field
  • fiend fiend  /ˈfind/ ?  a cruel wicked and inhuman person
  • fiendish fiendish  /ˈfin dɪʃ/ ?  extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell
  • fiendishly fiendishly  as a devil; in an evil manner
  • fierce fierce  /ˈfɪrs/ ?  marked by extreme and violent energy
  • fiercely fiercely  /ˈfɪrs li/ ?  in a physically fierce manner
  • fierceness fierceness  the property of being wild or turbulent
  • fieri facias fieri facias  a writ ordering a levy on the belongings of a debtor to satisfy the debt
  • fierily fierily  with passionate fervor
  • fieriness fieriness  the heat or the color of fire
  • fiery fiery  /ˈfaɪ ə ri/ ?  characterized by intense emotion
  • fiesta fiesta  /fi ˈɛ stə/ ?  an elaborate party (often outdoors)
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