To play (a short-length ball directed at the leg stump) with an inclined bat so as to deflect the ball between the legs and the wicket.
To hit (the ball) with the toe of the club so that it is deflected toward the left.
To strike (the cue ball) below the center so as to give it a backward rotation which causes it to take a backward direction on striking another ball.
The spin or twist imparted to a ball, or the like, by a drawing stroke.
A shot that curves smoothly from right to left.
A ball that starts straight at or a little right of the target and then curves slightly to the left with counter-clockwise spin, causing it to roll more when it lands. It is caused by the club moving on a slight inside-out path with a square club face at impact.
The amount of ice that a stone curls when traveling down the sheet. A type of shot that requires draw weight.
To induce top/sidespin onto the ball causing it to move in a right to left flight path. Opposite is a fade.
A running play designed to resemble a passing play.
A stroke, usually deliberate, played across the ball from "in to out" causing it to travel at first to the right and then curve back towards the line required.
A scoring shot. It is designed to stop inside or in front of the house.
a tendency of the striker ball and croqueted ball, in a croquet shot, to deviate from the line of aim in the direction of the ball from which a take off or split shot was made.
For a right hander the ball's flight travels from right to left (opposite for a lefty). An extreme draw is known as a hook. A short low hook is described as a "duck hook"
A right-to-left trajectory for a golf ball flight pattern, created by a slight tilt of the spin-axis to the left. This is opposite for lefties. A draw usually starts at or to the right of the target and comes back to, or crosses over the target line. A more pronounced example is the hook, which is usually unintentional.
a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer; "he tooks lessons to cure his hooking"
(American football) the quarterback moves back as if to pass and then hands the ball to the fullback who is running toward the line of scrimmage
steep; pass through a strainer; "draw pulp from the fruit"
a controlled right to left shot with a moderate curving action
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an honnest result when the playing level is almost equal
a possibility, it depends what kind of football Chelsea want to play today
a shot that moves from right to left for a right handed golfer
a type of American football play that "tricks" the defense into thinking a pass is being thrown, when in fact a running play has been called
A fake pass play that ends up being a run. The quarterback drops back to pass and his offensive linemen drop back in pass protection. But the quarterback then hands the ball to a running back who runs up field in the space created by defenders who are going after the quarterback.
Causing the cue ball to reverse after hitting the object ball.
A shot that flies slightly from right to left for righthanded players.
A shot with a slight, controlled curve through the air, from right to left for a right-handed player and right to left for a left-handed player.
is the action of choosing 20 numbers out of the balls cage.
For a right-handed golfer, a shot that tends to curve slightly from right to left in the air.
A shot that enters the house.
The act of striking the cueball below centre, in an effort change the natural path of the cueball. Also called a screw shot.
a shot that, for a right-handed golfer, curves slightly to the left, often played intentionally by skilledgolfers
a controlled shot where the ball travels right before going left to land.
shaping the ball from right to left in the air for a right-handed player.
A shot that produces a controlled right-to-left movement of the ball (for right handers).
A method of stroking that causes the cue ball to spin backwards after contact with the object ball. The cue tip must contact the cue ball below center to cause the draw to happen.
The term used for moving the drapery across the window. It can be a right-hand (RH) or left-hand (LH) pull and a one-way, center-opening or multiple (opening in more than one place) draw.
a method of cue ball control which causes the cue ball to move back toward its point of origin after contacting the object ball.
(aka: "slinger", "turn over") a shot that curves gently from right to left (for a right-handed player). Example: Some holes favor a draw/slinger given their layout.
A ball that starts straight, or slightly right, and arcs gently to the left. This is a popular shape with low handicappers due to its considerable length of carry and roll. The common spin characteristic turns the ball with its flight line and lands the ball lively giving it extra roll.
A shot that tends to curve from right to left in the air (assuming a right-handed golfer.) A draw is a controlled shot preferred by many better players.
A controlled "hook" used to get in position for the next shot or get out of trouble. A shot that curves from left to right. To play a shot so that it curves owing to sidespin from right to left with a right-handed player. Conversely from right to left for a left-handed player.
The amount of curling movement to describe the distance from the direction of release to the intended target.or...A stone played to end in the house, an instruction to play such a stone.
an unmade hand.
The term draw can have several meanings in bowling. As a noun it can refer to the type of shot being played. A "dead draw" is an attempt to deliver the bowl as close as possible to the target (generally the jack). It can also be used as a verb. You may hear a skip issuing an instruction such as, "Just draw to the jack".
A slight left to right shot.
1. When competitors in an event finish evenly. If the draw was not offered as a betting option, usually the Dead Heat rule applies and the return will be divided by the number of joint winners. 2. The position a horse takes in the stalls prior to a flat race. The draw always goes from left to right, so on a right-handed or clockwise course stall the draw goes from outside to in but on a left-handed or anti-clockwise course the draw is inside to out. The draw can provide an advantage on some racecourses.
A running play disguised as a pass play. The offensive linemen drop back as if they are pass protecting for the quarterback. The quarterback drops back to throw the ball and then at the last second hands the ball to the running back, who runs through the hole created by the linemen.
This is a better controlled version of a hook shot, where the ball curves to the left. (For right-handers).
A method of pairing opponents for a match-play tournament; as a verb, to hit a draw shot.
A golf shot in which the ball gradually moves right to left (for a right-handed golfer).
A shot that curves slightly to the left (for right-handed golfers).
An offensive play where the quarterback drops back or stands in the pocket as if to pass and then runs the ball himself or hands it off to a running back.
A shot that tends to curve from left to right in the air (assuming a right-handed golfer.) A draw is a controlled shot preferred by most players.