verb (used with object), cro·queted [kroh-keyd; British kroh-keyd, -keed] /kroʊˈkeɪd; British ˈkroʊ keɪd, -kid/, cro·quet·ing [kroh-key-ing; British kroh-key-ing, -kee-ing] /kroʊˈkeɪ ɪŋ; British ˈkroʊ keɪ ɪŋ, -ki ɪŋ/.
Origin of croquet
Examples from the Web for croquet
In front were two large lawns, an upper one used for croquet and a lower one for tennis.The Third Class at Miss Kaye's|Angela Brazil
"No, the croquet must be shifted to the right; it gives more margin," she was saying.Scarlet and Hyssop|E. F. Benson
The Lowders had sent to ask us all to a croquet party there at four o'clock.Richard Vandermarck|Miriam Coles Harris
It is deserted, like croquet, and it is even less to be regretted.Cock Lane and Common-Sense|Andrew Lang
Mrs. Travilla, returning from a visit to the quarter, stopped a moment to watch the croquet players.Elsie's Widowhood|Martha Finley