A thin oblong turf used for addressing cottages and in addition for fuel
- (tennis) the hole left whenever a bit of turf is slashed through the surface because of the club mind for making a stroke
- some turf dug out of a lawn or fairway (by an animals hooves or a golf club)
- A thin, oblong grass utilized for covering cottages, and also for gasoline.
1530s, from Scottish, literally "piece of turf or sod" useful for roofing material, etc., of unknown origin. The golfing sense is from 1886.
The piece of earth dug-up as a player strikes the basketball. Etiquette needs that people replace divots. (sport: Golf)
(letter.) A thin, oblong turf employed for addressing cottages, and in addition for gas.
Like an angry golfer, she sent a huge divot into the air.