bunt

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A ball that has been intentionally hit softly so as to be difficult to field, sometimes with a hands-spread batting stance or with a close-hand, choked-up hand position. No swinging action is involved

The bunt was fielded cleanly.

to perform (the second half of) an outside loop

We had heard that there was an elite group of three or four pilots in Jodhpur called the Bunt Club, who had successfully bunted their aircraft - that is, carried out the second half of an outside loop. In the Bunt, you pushed the nose down, past the vertical and still further, until you were in horizontal inverted flight, and came out on the other side and rolled it out.

The middle part, cavity, or belly of a sail; the part of a furled sail which is at the center of the yard

The bunt of the sail was green.

to intentionally hit softly with a hands-spread batting stance

Jones bunted the ball.

The second half of an outside loop, from level flight to inverted flight
to intentionally hit a ball softly with a hands-spread batting stance

Jones bunted.

The act of bunting

The manager will likely call for a bunt here.

The act of tapping the ball gently into the infield with a loosely held bat
To strike or push with the horns or head; to butt; as, the ram bunted the boy
An offensive skill a batter uses to advance a base runner or reach base The batter does not swing at the pitch, but positions the bat horizontally so to meet the pitch and tap or "bunt" it to the infield The batter slides his or her top hand out toward the center of the bat, holding it with the fingers behind the bat and the thumb on top
to deliberately hit the ball a short distance in a game of baseball (bunt (16-20 centuries), from BUTT)
a batted ball that is struck softly with the bat and travels a short distance into the infield
1) The middle part of a square sail 2) The line(s) attached to the middle of the foot of the sail used to haul the bunt up to the center of the yard
Hitting the ball softly and very, very, short This is usually done to advance the base runners A batter squares his body to the pitcher and lays the bat out horizontally Upon contact with the pitch, the batter absorbs the energy of the ball, resulting in the ball falling to the ground with little or no momentum
A fungus (Ustilago fœtida) which affects the ear of cereals, filling the grains with a fetid dust; also called pepperbrand
{i} act of hitting a baseball gently; push, butt (as with the head or horns)
{f} push, butt, ram (with the head or horns); hit softly (Baseball)
similar to Tilletia caries
to strike, thrust or shove against, often with head or horns; "He butted his sister out of the way"
A bunt is a ball that that is intentionally tapped with the bat, slowly, or when a batter strikes the ball with a chopping motion A bunt should never be considered an infield fly
To bat or tap (the ball) slowly within the infield by meeting it with the bat without swinging at it
the central part of a square sail
hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance
disease of wheat characterized by replacement of the grains with greasy masses of smelly smut spores
(baseball) the act of hitting a baseball lightly without swinging the bat
A push with the bat that drops the ball close to the batter and gives him a chance to reach first base, or advances base runners because the fielder is likely to have a difficult throw to any base
Advanced technique in which a gerbil is struck with a two by four with sufficient force to propel it to the desired location but not so much force as to kill it
Short hit that is executed by letting the ball hit the bat (not swinging) Used to surprise the fielders or to advance a runner
fungus that destroys kernels of wheat by replacing them with greasy masses of smelly spores
To swell out; as, the sail bunts
A ball that has been intentionally hit softly, sometimes with a hands-spread batting stance or with a close-hand, choked-up hand position. No swinging action is involved
A push or shove; a butt; the act of bunting the ball
(baseball) the act of hitting a baseball lightly without swinging the bat fungus that destroys kernels of wheat by replacing them with greasy masses of smelly spores similar to Tilletia caries disease of wheat characterized by replacement of the grains with greasy masses of smelly smut spores hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance
bunting
Present participle of bunt
bunting
Flags considered as a group
bunting
Any of various songbirds of the genus Emberiza having short bills and brown or gray plumage
bunting
A thin cloth of woven wool from which flags are made; it is light enough to spread in a gentle wind but resistant to fraying in a strong wind
drag bunt
to bunt while running towards first base

Jones drag bunted the pitch.

drag bunt
The act of bunting while running towards first base

The drag bunt is a skill that few players perfect.

drag bunt
A ball that has been hit by a batter who started to run towards first base while holding the bat back over the plate, typically in an attempt to get a hit rather than to sacrifice

Jones fielded the drag bunt, but the runner beat out his throw for a single.

push bunt
The act of bunting with a bat that moves toward the ball

The push bunt is only used in certain situations.

push bunt
A ball that has been hit with a bat which moves forward by a batter who is in an arms spread stance, usually in an attempt to bunt the ball past a charging infielder

The push bunt went between the pitcher and the first baseman who was charging too hard.

push bunt
to bunt while moving the bat towards the ball

Jones push bunted the pitch.

sacrifice bunt
The act of bunting in order to advance a runner

The manager will likely call for a sacrifice bunt here.

sacrifice bunt
A ball that has been intentionally hit softly with a hands-spread batting stance with the intention of advancing a runner at the cost of an out

The sacrifice bunt was fielded cleanly, but the only play was to first.

swinging bunt
A ball that bounces as if it were bunted, but was produced by a full or checked swing

The catcher fielded Jones' swinging bunt and easily threw him out.

bunting
{n} thin linen cloth, a lark
bunter
a batter who bunts
bunter
A woman who picks up rags in the streets; hence, a low, vulgar woman
bunter
{i} batter who slowly hits a ball, one who bunts; uncouth woman (originally a woman who gathered rags in the street)
bunting
A thin woolen stuff, used chiefly for flags, colors, and ships' signals
bunting
Bunting consists of rows of small coloured flags that are used to decorate streets and buildings on special occasions. Red, white and blue bunting hung in the city's renovated train station. small flags on strings, used to decorate buildings and streets on special occasions (Perhaps from bunt ). Common name for any of about 37 Old World species (genus Emberiza) of finch, as well as certain similar species found in the New World. All belong to the family Fringillidae, and many are recognizable by strongly patterned heads or bright colours. Emberiza species are seed eaters that commonly breed in temperate Eurasia and from northern Africa to India. The snow bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis) breeds in the far north, and the lark bunting (Calamospiza melanocorys) inhabits the U.S. Great Plains. U.S. species include the indigo bunting (Passerina cyanea) and the painted bunting (P. ciris). The male painted bunting, with red, green, and blue feathers, is the most colourful bird that breeds in the U.S
bunting
is cloth decorated with the national colors The term is also used for the woollen cloth used in making flags
bunting
Strips of material used as festive decoration, especially in the colours of the national flag
bunting
any of numerous seed-eating songbirds of Europe or North America a loosely woven fabric used for flags, etc
bunting
a loosely woven fabric used for flags, etc
bunting
a lightweight loosely woven fabric used chiefly for flags and festive decorations
bunting
Small flags fixed to a ribbon
bunting
any of numerous seed-eating songbirds of Europe or North America
bunting
Any of various songbirds of the family Emberizidae having short bills and brown or gray plumage
bunting
{i} brown or gray European passerine bird with a short stout that feeds on seeds
bunting
{i} cloth used to decorate streets during holidays; fabric used to make flags; action of slowly hitting a ball
bunting
A bird of the genus Emberiza, or of an allied genus, related to the finches and sparrows (family Fringillidæ)
drag bunt
A bunt executed while taking the first steps toward first base
sacrifice bunt
{i} (Baseball) bunt that puts a batter out to advance the runner
sacrifice bunt
A bunt that allows a runner to advance a base while the batter is retired. Also called sacrifice hit
bunt