IPA: ˈɝθbɔɫ


  • A fungus of the genus Scleroderma within the family Sclerodermataceae.

earth ball

IPA: ˈɝθbɔɫ


  • A very large inflatable ball used in some sports.
  • (uncountable) A sport involving this ball, somewhat resembling soccer/football.
  • Alternative spelling of earth ball (“sport or ball”) [A very large inflatable ball used in some sports.]
  • Alternative spelling of earthball (“type of fungus”) [A fungus of the genus Scleroderma within the family Sclerodermataceae.]


IPA: ˈɝθbɔɫ


  • any of various highly prized edible subterranean fungi of the genus tuber; grow naturally in southwestern europe

Examples of "earthball" in Sentences

    Examples of "earth-ball" in Sentences

    • Be sure not to break the earth-ball when setting the seedling into the planting hole.
    • The upper part of the earth-ball should be level or slightly deeper than the edge of the hole.
    • We’ll forget that we’re all, as you say, the sons of Adam, and are placed on this earth-ball but for a very brief period, in which it would certainly be to our advantage to love our neighbours as ourselves.
    • Last week, Pierce drove down to Pryor, Okla., to pick up decorations for the show, including a 7-foot glowing earth-ball which will serve as the show's centerpiece, hanging from the ceiling like a chandelier.
    • Ladies did not disdain those pagan ironed times of the firs; city (called after the ugliest Danadune) when a frond was a friend inneed to carry, as earwigs do their dead, their soil to the earth-ball where indeeth we shall calm decline, our legacy unknown.
    • Hebrew cubit, is _exactly_ one ten-millionth (1-10,000,000th) of the earth's semi-axis of rotation; and _that is_ the very best mode of reference to the earth-ball as a whole, for a linear standard through all time, that the highest science of the existing age of the world has yet struck out or can imagine.

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