[ rak-it-bawl ]
/ ˈræk ɪtˌbɔl /
a game similar to handball, played on a four-walled court but with a short-handled, strung racket and a larger, somewhat softer ball.
Related formsrac·quet·ball·er, noun
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In a day, he'll play basketball and racquetball, lift weights and run, then throw.
Wolfe is in terrific shape and an admitted sports nut who loves skydiving, waterskiing, and racquetball.Meet Jenna Wolfe and Stephanie Gosk, NBC's Lesbian Power Couple|Marlow Stern|March 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Word Origin and History for racquetball
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