|1.||a method by which a game is restarted after a stoppage. Two opposing players stand with the ball between them and alternately strike their sticks together and against the ground three times before trying to hit the ball|
|2.||(intr, adverb) to restart play after a stoppage with a bully-off|
|[C19: perhaps from bully scrum in Eton football; of unknown origin]|
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