- n. Plural form of tryout.
“You represent the cheerleading mother who beat up the girl who beat her daughter in tryouts and the football father who ran out onto the field to attack another child.”
“For a would-be NFL lineman who never made it to the league after injuring his knee in tryouts, Madden might be the NFL's most successful ad-libber.”
“Later, in tryouts in 1985, I remember playing right field and throwing the ball around with Bonds and (former Oriole and Dodger) Mike Devereaux.”
“With the holiday weekend over and December just around the corner, Raul spent the following week holding what Luz could only describe as tryouts for the two remaining positions on the polo team he was putting together for Rob, and for himself of course.”
“However, self-financed tryouts, which is what Anthoine would have, can extend longer, so long as the player does not play in any games or travel on the organization's dime.”
“He says what made his West Alabama contingent stand out at the tryouts was their work ethic.”
“Wendy Williams, winding up her sixth week of "tryouts" of her daytime talk show, offered more witty pearls to ponder.”
“Simply put, the next half of the season is "tryouts" for McGrady, and if he does ok, he could be signed to another contract (which will be much less expensive than the old one) by the Kings or whoever, and the Kings will have tons of cash to use to grab a good free agent in the amazing upcoming class.”
“You wanted to play ball at Butler you came to "tryouts" at the beginning of the school year.”
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