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drum to hit or tap a surface again and again. [1/5 definitions]
flick to hit or get rid of with a sharp, light blow. [1/4 definitions]
fly1 to hit a baseball or softball in the air. (This is the only meaning of "fly" for which "flied" is the correct past tense.) [1/9 definitions]
foul a ball hit outside of the lines that mark the area for fair play in baseball or softball; foul ball. [2/11 definitions]
glance to hit something at a slant and move off at an angle. [1/3 definitions]
golf a game played on a large outdoor course with small holes in the ground spaced far apart. Players use a set of special clubs to hit a small white ball into each of the series of holes. There are nine or eighteen holes in a golf course. The object of the game is to get the ball into each hole using as few strokes as possible. [1/2 definitions]
hammer to hit or strike with a hammer; pound. [1/5 definitions]
home run a hit that allows the batter in a baseball game to touch all four bases and score a run.
jab to hit with a quick, hard blow or a weapon. [1/3 definitions]
knee to hit, push, or touch with the knee. [1/3 definitions]
knock to rap, pound, or hit something, such as a door. [2/6 definitions]
miss1 to fail to hit, catch, reach, cross, or touch. [2/8 definitions]
paddle a similar, smaller device with a short handle used to hit the ball in table tennis. [2/4 definitions]
pass to throw, hit, or otherwise move a ball or other object to another player in some sports. [1/14 definitions]
paw to hit, dig at, or scrape with claws or feet. [1/3 definitions]
pelt1 to hit again and again. [1/2 definitions]
pepper to hit with small objects. [1/4 definitions]
pitch1 the throw of a baseball by the pitcher toward the batter, who tries to hit it. [1/11 definitions]
polo a game played on horseback by two teams of three or four members each. The players use mallets with long handles to hit a small wooden ball into the opponent's goal.
pop1 to hit very high up in the air. [1/9 definitions]
puck the hard rubber disk that is used in ice hockey. Players try to hit the puck into the net to score a goal.