Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a coarse woollen green cloth used to cover the surface of the table; (verb) to cover with baize.
|the part of a snooker table marked off by the BALKLINE.
|a line drawn across a billiard table.
|a cushion of a snooker or billiard table; (verb) to propel a snooker ball against the cushion.
|a particular kind of shot in BILLIARDS.
|any of various games played with a cue and balls on a rectangular table
|a support for a CUE in billiards.
|a consecutive series of successful strokes, or the number of points scored from such a series.
|a corruption of BRICOLE, a shot in billiards, involving a rebound.
|a kind of shot in billiards, involving a rebound.
|a support for a snooker CUE.
|a stroke in billiards in which the cue ball hits both the red and the opponent's ball; a similar stroke in snooker; (verb) to make a cannon shot.
|a CANNON shot in billiards; (verb) to make a CANNON shot.
|a cannon in billiards; (verb) to make a CANNON shot.
|a KISS, a light touch of a moving snooker ball on another.
|in billiards, the act of putting a ball in a pocket without having hit another ball.
|the stick you hit the ball with.
|the padded lining on the inside of the table.
|to cause a ball to rebound.
|the black ball in POOL.
|to cause a billiard ball to spin around its vertical axis.
|in billiards, the pocketing of the object ball (winning hazard), or of the player's own ball after contact (losing hazard);
|an old name for a REST for a billiard cue.
|a light touch of a moving snooker ball on another.
|an old name for a billiard CUE.
|a vertical shot in billiards. The e has an accent.
|to cue a ball wrongly > MISCUES, MISCUING or MISCUEING, MISCUED.
|a shot with backspin, made with the cue vertical or nearly so (cf. MASSÉ). The e has an accent.
|a shot in which one pockets, or tries to pocket, a ball by causing it to be propelled by another ball which has been struck by the cue ball.
|one of a number of net bags at the side of the table.
|a game like snooker but played on a smaller table.
|a person taking part in pool.
|to put a ball in a POCKET.
|to put a ball back on its spot.
|a support for a snooker cue.
|to put SIDESPIN or BACKSPIN on the cue ball.
|a spin given to a ball causing it to swerve and regulating its angle of rebound.
|a situation where the path between the cue ball and the ball to be played is blocked, forcing an indirect shot to be played; (verb) to place another player in this situation.
|a rest for a cue in snooker or billiards, specifically one with legs arched wide and offering several cueing positions.