Here are some: Ballgame, ballroom, ballgown, ballcock, ball-bearing, ballpark, ballboy, ball-point pen, basketball, baseball.
Yes baseball is a compound word. The words are base and ball.
The size and shape of the outfield varies from ballpark to ballpark.
'Ballpark' may refer to:1) a baseball field enclosed by a grandstand or bleachers for spectators; a baseball stadium2) an approximate amount or value, as 'in the right ballpark'3) as an adjective, approximately accurate
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A ballpark is a baseball field enclosed by a grandstand and/or bleachers for watching baseball games and sometimes other events.
A 'ballpark' is:1) a baseball field enclosed by a grandstand or bleachers for spectators; a baseball stadium2) an approximate amount or value, as 'in the right ballpark'3) as an adjective, approximately accurate
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No, the compound noun 'ballpark' is a common noun, a general word for any ballpark anywhere.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, Ballpark (brand) hot dogs or Saint Louis Ballpark Village (dining and entertainment facility) in St. Louis, MO.
The compound words backpack, backtalk, ballpark, bareback, bluebook, bodywork and bookmark will work. The word bobolink is not a compound word that meets the specifications.
basketball and baseball
A ballpark is a park in which a ball game, particularly baseball, is played, or a general vicinity - a broad approximation or a figure at which something is estimated.
Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Baseball, Football, Touchdown
Yes, the noun 'baseball' is a compound noun, a noun made up of two or more words (base+ball) to form a noun with a meaning of its own.
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Yes, into and today are compound words.
Compound words that have when in them are whence, whenever, and whensoever.
Minute Maid ballpark is situated at 501 Crawford Street, Houston, Texas 77002. It is the home of the Major League baseball team, the Houston Astros. Minute Maid ballpark has a total of 40,963 seats.
whale shark , ballpark , landmark , postmark , monarch ?A:The only thing I could come up with are compound words such as: stayed dark, state park, played Clark, ate shark, etc.
There are multiple baseball stadiums in Texas. One is the Ballpark at Arlington, home of the Texas Rangers.