GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Sport) A piece of athletic equipment that protects an athlete's mouth.
- n. (especially boxing) equipment that protects an athlete's mouth
“It's a mini blue light unit that's kind of gumshield stylee which you wear for 4 minutes twice daily, in conjunction with tooth whitening accelerator and gel that contain no peroxide.”
“Darren Staples/Reuters A man with an illuminated gumshield at the start of Diwali celebrations in Leicester, England, Sunday.”
“Good timing – had he done it before the World Cup he'd have had them out on strike for the gumshield fines.”
“England have run into further disciplinary trouble at the Rugby World Cup after being forced to reveal that Manu Tuilagi has been fined NZ$10,000 £5,000 by the International Rugby Board for wearing an illegal gumshield bearing a sponsor's name.”
“I need to get these assignments cleared up first, and go about getting myself a climbing partner, and see if my karate gumshield isn't too plaguey to scald and use again.”
“The Scotsman Rugby World Cup 2011: Manu Tuilagi fined for using a sponsored mouthguard - 46 hrs ago Sporting Life MANU TUILAGI FINED OVER MOUTHGUARD - 62 hrs ago REFILE-Rugby-Tuilagi fined for gumshield logo - just like brother - 63 hrs ago Second mouthguard fine at RWC raises suspicion - 63 hrs ago The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.”
“And World Cup chiefs confirmed today there could be a £5000 fine handed out to captain Lewis Moody if video evidence proved he wore a gumshield with a sponsor's logo during the loss to the French.”
“I need to bite down on to my gumshield even harder if I can because I've got to restore Britain's pride.”
“Courtney Lawes has become the third England player to be fined for wearing a branded gumshield during the Rugby World Cup”
“Courtney Lawes becomes third England player to be fined over gumshield”
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