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javelin a field event in which a javelin is thrown for distance as a test of strength and skill. [1/3 definitions]
lacrosse a game played on a field. The players use sticks with a net on one end to carry the ball and throw it into the other team's goal.
left fielder in baseball, the player whose position is in left field when the other team is batting and whose primary function is to defend that territory.
meadow an open field of grass that is growing wild or is used for pasture or to grow hay.
mound a slightly raised hill of dirt in the center of a baseball field. The pitcher throws from this mound. [1/3 definitions]
nerd a person who chooses to spend a lot of time doing one activity, often in a technical field such as computers, math, or science.
outfield the area of a baseball or softball field beyond the infield. [1/2 definitions]
outing a trip away from home or school for pleasure; field trip.
paddock a field surrounded by a fence, near a barn. Animals graze or exercise in a paddock. [1/2 definitions]
paddy a flooded field for growing rice.
painting the field of art that deals with pictures made using paints. [1/3 definitions]
park a field or stadium used for sports. [1/3 definitions]
pitch1 the British word for the marked area of ground on which a specific sport is played. Pitch has the same meaning as playing field. [1/11 definitions]
professional a person who has or shows skill in a particular field, especially one who is paid for work in this field. [1/5 definitions]
realm an area or field of something. [1/2 definitions]
record the greatest achievement in a particular field. [1/6 definitions]
ridge any narrow raised strip, as on cloth or in a plowed field. [1/3 definitions]
right fielder in baseball, the player whose position is in right field when the other team is batting and whose primary function is to defend that territory.
scarecrow a figure of a person made from stuffed clothes and placed in a field to scare birds away from crops.
shock2 a bundle of stalks of corn or other grain standing upright against one another in a field.
sideline a line at the side of an area; the side boundary of a playing field. [1/2 definitions]