Rounders vs Baseball - What's the difference?

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Rounders is a see also of baseball.


As nouns the difference between rounders and baseball

is that rounders is (chiefly|british) a team sport played with bat and ball with one fielding side and one batting side similar to softball and baseball or rounders can be (rounder) while baseball is a sport common in north america, the caribbean, and japan, in which the object is to strike a ball so that one of a nine-person team can run counter-clockwise among four bases, resulting in the scoring of a run the team with the most runs after termination of play, usually nine innings, wins.

rounders

Etymology 1

Noun

  • (chiefly, British) A team sport played with bat and ball with one fielding side and one batting side. Similar to softball and baseball.
  • Etymology 2

    see rounder

    Noun

    (head)
  • Anagrams

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    baseball

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A sport common in North America, the Caribbean, and Japan, in which the object is to strike a ball so that one of a nine-person team can run counter-clockwise among four bases, resulting in the scoring of a run. The team with the most runs after termination of play, usually nine innings, wins.
  • * 1797-1798 , (Jane Austen), (Northanger Abbey)
  • It was not very wonderful that Catherine, who had nothing heroic about her, should prefer cricket, base-ball , riding on horseback, and running about the country at the age of fourteen, to books.
  • The ball used to play the sport of baseball.
  • A variant of poker in which cards with baseball-related values have special significance.
  • Derived terms

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    See also

    * rounders * softball * wiffleball * ----