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Definition of "push-off" [push-off]

  • In push-ball, the act of putting the ball into play by pushing it: analogous to the kick-off in foot-ball. The team having the push-off may either line up against the ball or, going back not more than 15 yards, make a flying rush at it. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "push-off" in a sentence
  • "Why should NY get to “push-off” their dangers onto other states."
  • "Lazor said he has been pleased with the physicality of the Virginia offensive line so far, as well as the push-off that the Cavaliers are getting off the line of scrimmage."
  • ""Groins are very tricky for pitchers, especially when it's that push-off leg," Mr. Girardi said."
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