grounder

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Etymology[edit]

From ground +‎ -er.

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Noun[edit]

grounder (plural grounders)

  1. (baseball) A ground ball.
  2. A fruit that has fallen to the ground rather than being picked; a windfall.
  3. One of the large stones forming the base of a Cornish hedge.

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