How Do You Spell LACROSSE?

Correct spelling for the English word "lacrosse" is [l_ˈa_k_ɹ_ɒ_s], [lˈakɹɒs], [lˈakɹɒs]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of LACROSSE

  1. A Canadian game like football, but played with a netted bat, or crosse.

Common Misspellings for LACROSSE

Below is the list of 218 misspellings for the word "lacrosse".

Usage Examples for LACROSSE

  1. He organized football teams, and taught them the Australian game: he appealed to his father for aid, and in prompt response out came cases of boxing- gloves, hockey and lacrosse sets, and footballs enough to keep every man going. - "Captain Jim" by Mary Grant Bruce
  2. Fortunately for the boys themselves, they were made of the good stuff that did not mind nicknames and jests; and when, at the ages of ten and twelve, they were packed off to school in a distant city, they were the very first to tell their schoolfellows Peter's pet names, which, however, never " took root" on the school playground, " Tom" and " Jerry" being far more to the taste of young Canadian football and lacrosse players. - "The Shagganappi" by E. Pauline Johnson
  3. The latter frequently assumed the same local characteristics that we have seen in the game of lacrosse, and we hear of village being pitted against village as a frequent feature of the game. - "Indian Games" by Andrew McFarland Davis
  4. For only the summer before, Harry had taken a Canadian lacrosse team around the world and had vanquished everything in Europe, Asia and Africa that dared to hold up a stick against them. - "The End of the Rainbow" by Marian Keith
  5. In summer time the youth do toss The baseball and do play lacrosse, And tradition doth for it claim That 'tis an ancient Indian game, And if a foe invade we can, Drive them back with clubs Canadian. - "Poems of James McIntyre" by James McIntyre