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Have a ball   /hæv ə bɔl/   Listen
Have a ball

verb
1.
Enjoy oneself greatly.  Synonym: have a good time.






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"Have a ball" Quotes from Famous Books



... they had need of money, or the equivalent of money, in other directions. Might not old Peter, who was a grumbling and ill-tempered person, insist on being paid in advance? Then, before they could begin to make a net out of the torn and rejected pieces lying about the shed, they must needs have a ball of twine. So Rob bade his brothers and cousin go away and get their rude fishing-rods and betake themselves to the rocks at the mouth of the harbour, and see what fish they could get for him during ...
— The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols • William Black

... to be sure," thought the honest fellow, "we have a ball at our house." He remembered that Sidonie was giving a grand musical and dancing party, which she had excused him from attending, by the way, knowing that ...
— Fromont and Risler, Complete • Alphonse Daudet



Words linked to "Have a ball" :   revel, enjoy, delight



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