baulk

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Alternative spelling of balk
In billiards, the area of the table lying behind the line from which the cue ball is initially shot, and from which a ball in hand must be played
one of several parallel sloping beams that support a roof
something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
refuse to comply
see balk. Variant of balk. a British spelling of balk
{i} unplowed ridge of land; rafter; incomplete and thus illegal move made by a pitcher (Baseball); block
the area on a billiard table behind the balkline; "a player with ball in hand must play from the balk"
UK, alternative spelling of balk
{f} refuse to move forward; hesitate; hinder, thwart
A petty impediment or hindrance
baulk colour
Any one of the three colours normally spotted on the baulk line in snooker. Namely the yellow, green, and brown balls
baulk colours
plural form of baulk colour
baulk end
The end of a snooker table where the green, brown and yellow balls are initially placed
baulk ends
plural form of baulk end
baulk line
The line at the baulk end of a snooker table, upon which the green, yellow and brown balls are initially placed
baulk lines
plural form of baulk line
balk
deceptive motion; feint

badminton motion used to deceive an opponent during a serve.

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to pass over or by
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hindrance
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ridge, an unplowed strip of land. (One use is to walk on it.)
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beam
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to refuse suddenly
in baulk
In the area behind the baulk line in cue sports
balk
{n} a rafter, beam, ridge, disappointment
balk
{v} to disappoint, miss of, refuse
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An illegal movement by a pitcher that results in runners moving up one base The most typical balk occurs when a pitcher, with runners on base, begins his motion towards home plate to throw a pitch and then stops before delivering the ball
balk
To omit, miss, or overlook by chance
balk
A great beam, rafter, or timber; esp
balk
This term means to stop short of an obstacle
balk
one of several parallel sloping beams that support a roof
balk
To miss intentionally; to avoid; to shun; to refuse; to let go by; to shirk
balk
When a bowler does not complete the delivery on the approach, stopping in mid swing without releasing the ball
balk
A ridge of land left unplowed between furrows, or at the end of a field; a piece missed by the plow slipping aside
balk
{i} unplowed ridge of land; rafter; incomplete and thus illegal move made by a pitcher (Baseball); block
balk
A hindrance or disappointment; a check
balk
An illegal pitching motion, usually one which is stopped too late It entitles all runners at bases (except the batter) to advance one base A runner at third base will therefore score
balk
the area on a billiard table behind the balkline; "a player with ball in hand must play from the balk"
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If the pitcher stops his motion toward home plate once movement toward the plate has begun, and he turns to throw to another base, a balk is rewarded to the batter This results in a ball being called and each of the base runners advancing one base
balk
A sudden and obstinate stop; a failure
balk
To engage in contradiction; to be in opposition
balk
something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
balk
If you balk at something, you definitely do not want to do it or to let it happen. Even biology undergraduates may balk at animal experiments Last October the bank balked, alarmed that a $24m profit had turned into a $20m deficit
balk
The loft above was called "the balks
balk
{f} refuse to move forward; hesitate; hinder, thwart
balk
1) An incomplete approach in which the bowler does not deliver the ball; 2) to interfere or cause another bowler to stop his approach or not complete it in his normal fashion
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blunder
balk
an illegal pitching motion while runners are on base the area on a billiard table behind the balkline; "a player with ball in hand must play from the balk
balk
An illegal act by the pitcher with at least one runner on base All runners are entitled to advance one base
balk
to stop, check, block
balk
To stop abruptly and stand still obstinately; to jib; to stop short; to swerve; as, the horse balks
balk
" One of the beams connecting the successive supports of a trestle bridge or bateau bridge
balk
To indicate to fishermen, by shouts or signals from shore, the direction taken by the shoals of herring
balk
To leave or make balks in
balk
Any deceptive movement that disconcerts an opponent before or during the service
balk
Usually a false start, on which the diver begins the approach but doesn't complete the dive A balk also occurs when the diver loses balance on an armstand dive and the feet touch the platform A balk results in a score of zero for that dive
balk
• Your inadvertent signal that the vendor interprets as meaning you want to buy ten hot dogs
balk
One of the beams connecting the successive supports of a trestle bridge or bateau bridge
balk
the tie- beam of a house
balk
an illegal pitching motion while runners are on base
balk
Penalty for an illegal movement by the pitcher The rule is designed to prevent pitchers from deliberately deceiving the runners If called, baserunners advance one base
balk
to stop short and refuse to go on
balk
A deceptive gesture of the pitcher, as if to deliver the ball
balk
an illegal motion intended to deceive a runner
balk
a narrow barrier of earth within the ditch of an earthwork that was purposely left undug
balk
An illegal pitch, or illegal move by a pitcher See the Balk rule in section 2 of the FAQ
balk
To leave heaped up; to heap up in piles
balk
Any deceptive movement that disconcerts an opponent before or during the service; often called a "feint "
balk
To disappoint; to frustrate; to foil; to baffle; to thwart; as, to balk expectation
balk
refuse to comply
baulks
UK, third-person singular of baulk, alternative spelling of balks
baulks
UK, alternative plural of baulk, balks
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