Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • In the 2008 National Election survey, people who said they had no religious affiliation rated “Christians” 64 (more favorable than average) on a 100-point feeling thermometer, but rated “fundamentalist Christians” 43 (less favorable than average).

    American Grace

  • The Suns blew past the 100-point mark for the fourth straight game, lit up the three-point line, got another big effort by the bench and basically beat the Spurs at their own game.

    Phoenix Suns Team Report

  • On the magazine's 100-point scale, the new Civic scored a 61, down 17 points from the 78 the previous model Civic received.

    Consumer Reports Drops Civic Recommendation

  • Honda The 2012 Civic scored a 61 on Consumer Reports's 100-point scale.

    Consumer Reports Drops Civic Recommendation

  • In honor of the 89 Project, Lenn and I are working on developing a growing list of 88-89 New York wines that takes into account both the perspective that no consumer should be a slave to the 100-point scale and that the market reality dictates that we continue to pay attention to these scores anyway.

    Jason Feulner

  • Many wine enthusiasts, including myself, believe that the 100-point scale takes some of the fun out of evaluating and judging wine.

    Jason Feulner

  • The judging sheet asked us to provide some general impressions about aromatics and varietal taste, and then asked us to give a numeric score on the 100-point scale.

    Finger Lakes Wine Events

  • Best of all, the fine folks at CellarTracker didn't even ask me to join the 100-point scoring wave.

    Annoucements

  • These just might be our gems, victims of a 100-point scale that is more of an editorial hatchet than a real judgment tool.

    Jason Feulner

  • This week, the Dow has seen three consecutive 400-point moves and the Nasdaq has had three straight 100-point moves.

    For Street Veterans, Past 3 Days Rank With '87 Crash, '08 Crisis

Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.