Definition of Changeup

1. Noun. (alternative form of change-up) ¹



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Definition of Changeup

1. a slow pitch thrown like a fastball [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Changeup

changeover
changeovers
changer
changeroom
changerooms
changeround
changers
changes
changes of heart
changes of state
changes of venue
changeset
changesets
changest
changeth
changeup (current term)
changeups
changing
changing of the guard
changing pad
changing room
changing rooms
changkol
changoite
changs
changui
chank
chankonabe
chanks
chanlon

Literary usage of Changeup

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1. Baseball Goes to War by William B. Mead (1998)
"So he tried pitching, flashed a screwball and a changeup, and beat Newport News, 3 to 1. The Phillies bought Foxx, 37, for the 1945 season. ..."

2. Maggie's Sauna by Paul E. Furdon (2000)
"He had a fastball, curve, changeup and a dipsy doodle." "What the hell is a dipsy doodle?" Baker asked. "They call it a slider, nowadays. ..."

3. Underneath the Knowledge Commonsby Mute by Mute (2005)
"Another comparison is the ongoing support programme for the vo'untary sector in the UK, called ChangeUp, where there is some FLOSS support. ..."

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