Definitions for pall mall
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a 17th century game; a wooden ball was driven along an alley with a mallet
a fashionable street in London noted for its many private clubs
A fashionable street in Westminster, leading from Trafalgar Square, via the Haymarket, to St James; it is the home of many select gentlemen's clubs.
A 17th century game in which a ball was driven along an alley and through a hoop using a mallet
Origin: From the pall mall, the name of a game once played there.
Pall-mall, paille-maille, palle-maille, pell-mell, or palle-malle is a lawn game that was mostly played in the 16th and 17th centuries, a precursor to croquet.
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