Definition of prisoner's base in English:

prisoner's base

Syllabification: pris·on·er's base


A chasing game played by two groups of children each occupying a distinct base or home.
More example sentences
  • He said if I could catch him in ten minutes and touch the medal with my hand, it would be like prisoner's base.
  • Shirley giggles, ‘It couldn't be tag or prisoner's base, could it?’

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