No-ball



noun, Cricket.
1.
an unfairly bowled ball.
noun
1.
(cricket) an illegal ball, as for overstepping the crease, throwing, etc, for which the batting side scores a run, and from which the batsman can be out only by being run out
2.
(rounders) an illegal ball, esp one bowled too high or too low
sentence substitute
3.
(cricket, rounders) a call by the umpire indicating a no-ball
verb
4.
(transitive) (cricket, of an umpire)

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