- 1A game similar to bocce, played by competitors who have a physical disability that requires the use of a wheelchair: youngsters from special schools in the area will also take part in bocciaMore example sentences
- "Another eye opener was the high skill level in the boccia, where the athletes combatted serious disability."
- "I first heard of boccia when I left school," says Peter, "and I've been playing it for about seven years now."
- Dispaltro initially hesitated in transitioning from the physically demanding sport of wheelchair rugby to the more cerebral boccia.
- 1.1 variant spelling of bocce. [as modifier]: there are tennis courts, bowling alleys, boccia lanes, and a golf courseMore example sentences
- A New England boccia tournament will be held Sunday, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Newport Motor Inn.
- Boccia is one of the fastest growing sports in Newport County.
- Members of the local sports club presented Pope John Paul with a bronze and marble trophy of a hand throwing a boccia ball.
Italian, literally 'ball'.
More definitions of bocciaDefinition of boccia in:
- The US English dictionary