billiard table

  1. game equipment consisting of a heavy table on which pool is played
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How To Use billiard table In A Sentence

  • The players could hardly have blamed the pitch - compared to Wembley it was like a billiard table. The Sun
  • To illustrate, imagine a billiard table with balls lying in a certain position.
  • On the left is a billiard room with an antique billiard table picked up from an army barracks in Clonmel, and straight across is the drawing room.
  • The short crossing by propeller aircraft from the mainland is like drifting across a giant billiard table of brushed blue velvet, creased only by the occasional extravagant V made by a toy-sized fishing boat put-puttering for home.
  • The wide, hard roads are as smooth as a billiard table and guarantee breathtaking speeds.
  • Louis XIV's brother Duke Arthur - a bit of a playboy, by all accounts - installed a billiard table with pegs in the games room of his Castle Bagatelle gaff.
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  • An upper tier of bookcases was added in 1875, when excess books had started to pile up under the billiard table.
  • a billiard table must be level
  • His house was full of portraits and suits of armour, thick with dust and on the billiard table was a picture of himself and the Queen Mother, covered in cobwebs.
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