LBW

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LBW (plural LBWs)

  1. (cricket) Initialism of leg before wicket.
    • 1919, P. G. Wodehouse, chapter 13, in Mike:
      The Authentic, getting in front of his wicket, to pull one of the simplest long-hops ever seen on a cricket field, missed it, and was l.b.w.
  2. Lutheran Book of Worship (hymnal)

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