The earliest reference I have foundto a small ball park being a called a bandbox is from John Updike, who wrote in New Yorker magazine in 1960: "Fenway Park is a little lyrical bandbox of a ballpark. Everything is painted green and seems in curiously sharp focus like the inside of an old fashioned Easter Egg. It was built in 1912 and rebuilt in 1934 and offers, as do most Boston artifacts, a compromise between man's Euclidean determinations and nature's beguiling irregularities."
The Online Etymology Dictionary lists the word 'slang' as having been coined in 1756 to describe 'a special vocabulary of tramps or thieves'.
Story of the Bandbox was created in 1878.
You use bases.
A bandbox is a variety of lightweight construction used for carrying hats or other apparel.
Out of the Bandbox - 1953 is rated/received certificates of: UK:U
"slang meaning "something exciting or excellent" first attested 1953, from earlier hepster slang gasser in the same sense (1944)" from http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=Gas
The etymology of etymology is from the greek etumologia which means "true sense of a word"
The cast of Bandbox Holiday - 1963 includes: Valerie Croft as Nancy Aziz Filali as Ahmed
The answer to the question what a ' Cup of Coffee' is in baseball slang is, it is a terminology for a short time spent by a minor league player at major league level.
He has a gun of an arm, so "gun" is the slang word.
From the Online Etymology Dictionary: boot camp: 1944, U.S. Marines slang, said to be from boot as slang for "recruit," which supposedly dates from the Spanish-American War and is a synecdoche from boots, leggings worn by U.S. sailors.
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Etymology is the opposite of Antipodes
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It means "a rude wild Boy or Girl" originally applied to Polish (Poles). Common enough in the 1700's that it is found in a slang dictionary of that time.
No, a thesaurus does not give the etymology of a word. However, the etymology can be found in a dictionary.
'Pitching a no no' is baseball slang for pitching a no-hitter.
Player In A Rundown Between Bases
Called out on strikes, in baseball slang
This is a slang from baseball in spanish language, literally means "out of league", as slang, "the maximum", "the top".
The etymology of a word is the source from which it was derived.
The etymology of art is the history of art
The etymology is that HIV is an acronym for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Each of these words have their own etymology.