Where the cue-ball, resting on the edge of a pocket, drops into it before the striker has time to play.
Somebody is liable to take your head off and use it for a cue-ball.
Jacqueline had the cue-ball; it lay on the cloth in front of her, and her slim right hand covered it.
The second is where the cue-ball, while at rest, is in contact with another ball.
We will suppose the cue-ball to be in hand, and the player desirous of securing a good “break.”
Thus if he pockets the red ball and the cue-ball, he scores six, or if he makes a cannon and holes the red ball, five.