Origin of lob1
OTHER WORDS FROM loblobber, noun
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How to use lob in a sentence
Sub Capela in as a persistent lob threat, and they are dangerous in yet another form.
Playing a bit slower, because the game is so fast, kind of gives my teammates a chance to go for a back cut, or a lob.Nikola Jokić Is A Tortoise, And He’s Beating All Of The Hares|Chris Herring (email@example.com)|September 24, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Admittedly, the rationale for the Gulf War was stronger than the motivation for lobbing missiles at the Assad regime.
Will lobbing cruise missiles into Syria only make a bad situation worse?How the Obama Administration Reversed Course on Syria Strikes|Eleanor Clift, Josh Rogin|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Most of the hearing was devoted to committee members lobbing back and forth attacks at each other.
Mr. Kagan resigned the deanship in April 1992, lobbing a parting bomb at the faculty that bucked his administration.
In my column for CNN, I detail why lobbing slurs and insults at Sandra Fluke only emboldens her cause.
A third had gone down under a sabre-cut, but had staggered up and was lobbing after his comrades at a painful canter.The Adventures of Harry Revel|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Again Holt tried lobbing, and this time he got away with it, for Amy drove the ball out.Left Tackle Thayer|Ralph Henry Barbour
Those Cinghalese lobbing about in the sun in dolce far niente, not doing a hand's turn all day.Ulysses|James Joyce
Ware won his first set against Foote by good lobbing and clever side-line strokes.
No British troops had yet arrived, and his nearest neighbours were the Boche lobbing bombs from the other side of the new crater.The Fifth Leicestershire|J.D. Hills