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roquet

[ roh-key ]
/ roʊˈkeɪ /
Croquet, Roque.
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verb (used with object), ro·queted [roh-keyd], /roʊˈkeɪd/, ro·quet·ing [roh-key-ing]. /roʊˈkeɪ ɪŋ/.

to cause one's ball to strike (another player's ball).
(of a ball) to strike (another player's ball).

verb (used without object), ro·queted [roh-keyd], /roʊˈkeɪd/, ro·quet·ing [roh-key-ing]. /roʊˈkeɪ ɪŋ/.

to roquet a ball.

noun

an act or instance of roqueting.

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Origin of roquet

First recorded in 1860–65; alteration of croquet
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British Dictionary definitions for roquet

roquet
/ (ˈrəʊkɪ) croquet /

verb -quets (-kɪz), -queting (-kɪɪŋ) or -queted (-kɪd)

to drive one's ball against (another person's ball) in order to be allowed to croquet

noun

the act of roqueting

Word Origin for roquet

C19: variant of croquet
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