Perhaps our footballers will gain inspiration from these glorious hitters of the little white ball, and fight back so that we can still have some hope in our hearts.
What does LWB stand for?
LWB stands for Little White Ball (bocce ball)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of LWB
We have 28 other meanings of LWB in our Acronym Attic
- Light Weighted Armoured Vehicle
- Greenbrier, WV, USA - Greenbrier Valley Airport (Airport Code)
- Labour and Welfare Bureau (Hong Kong)
- Lawyers without Borders (Hartford, CT)
- LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Wall Bracket
- Leary and Wilson Builders LLC (Essex Junction, VT)
- Left Wingback (soccer)
- Life without Barriers (Australia)
- Liner Waybill (shipping industry)
- Lithography Workbench
- Little White Book (Tarot cards)
- Little White Butterflies (website)
- Living Word Broadcast
- Long Wheel Base
- Long Wide Box (automobiles)
- Love Without Boundaries (Edmond, OK)
- Lawyers without Borders/Canada
- Learner Will Be Able To (educational or training objectives)
- Lake Woebegone Brass Band
- Land and Water British Columbia, Inc
Samples in periodicals archive:
I'll be hitting that little white ball on a wonderful course in the sun, knowing that my work is done," he said.
Nobody dared walk along the street until little white balls started to drop one by one.
He sent a picture via Twitter with youth in need from a charity trip with a self-description line of: "I hit a little white ball around a field sometimes".
And while he is used to putting smiles on faces while hitting a little white ball about as he jokes, it is nothing compared to the reaction he received in Haiti with a football at his feet.
No doubt there is a great deal of skill involved in hitting that little white ball above overgrown lawns and adult-sized sandpits.
As a golfer, to no one's surprise (least of all her parents and siblings), she takes great pleasure in really giving that little white ball a good, long ride.
That part of our youth didn't stick with my brother--he chose to join that cadre of men and women who chase little white balls around golf courses.