from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A fight marked by an extended exchange of heavy blows.
- n. Baseball Slang A game in which there are many hits and runs scored.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A baseball game in which many runs are scored, especially by home runs
- n. A boxing match or fight marked by a heavy exchange of blows
- n. A game or match in which heavy hits are exchanged
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fight with bare fists
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It's going to be a slugfest, and a slugfest from the baseline.
HBO's hit late-night boxing series features a junior welterweight title slugfest and a light heavyweight championship showdown when HBO BOXING AFTER DARK: DEVON
This web site has degenerated to an immature name calling slugfest serving no purpose.
Obama just might get burned by the senior senator because I would give the nod to John on a "slugfest" argument.
And how is he playing this out in this kind of slugfest with Huckabee?
If they do, it's likely to be the same kind of slugfest this one was, a game where each team traded big runs, and wasn't decided until HHS senior Anitra Anderson converted two free throws with 2.3 seconds remaining the extra period.
Since the wild card entrant Ravens are a tough, physical, smash-mouth kind of team, Wilfork predicts a "slugfest" today.
KNOXVILLE -- The Tennessee women's basketball team got the kind of slugfest it rarely has seen all season on Sunday night.
James Israel tracks the "slugfest" in the Reactions section following indieWIRE's May 5 story.
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