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crochet (kroh SHAY) (noun)
A form of needlework made by looping thread with a hooked needle: Lynette's grandmother gave her several pieces of crochet work as a birthday gift.
croquet (kroh KAY) (noun)
A lawn game using mallets, wooden balls, and wickets: Croquet was considered a very genteel game for children during the 1900s.
croquette (kroh KET) (noun)
A fried mixture of mince (chopped) meat, fish, and/or vegetables: The menu at the restaurant featured their speciality of croquette.

After we played a game of croquet on the lawn, we went into the restaurant and ordered a croquette for dinner.

Lucia was impressed with the decor at the restaurant because there was a beautiful piece of lace crochet work in the center of each table.

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croquet (s) (noun) (uncountable)
A lawn sport requiring a minimum of two players who use different coloured wooden mallets to direct a similarly coloured small wooden ball through a series of wickets or hoops towards a goal: John and his friend, Janice, often played croquet in the local park on summer afternoons.
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