from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A form of lawn game which combines the strokes of golf with the wickets of croquet.


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  • The size of a golf-croquet course will depend upon the field available.

    Outdoor Sports and Games Claude H. Miller

  • If people intended to play golf-croquet, they should play golf-croquet; if, on the other hand, they did not propose to play golf-croquet, they should say, frankly and openly, that they did not propose to play golf-croquet.

    Love at Paddington

  • They were still out on the lawn, and Henry had made a suggestion that they should all play golf-croquet when Rutley came to clear the table.

    Love at Paddington


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