- n. Plural form of weigh-in.
“Let's review: women called Bunnies, wearing rabbit ears and cotton tails, and stewardesses subjected to regular weigh-ins and tight undergarments?”
“Just watch this weekend's ESPN-owned Bassmaster Classic, which includes 13 hours on ESPN2, live weigh-ins (of the caught and soon-to-be-released fish) on ESPN360. com and a mini-marathon of past Classic moments on ESPN Classic.”
“By our second trimester, our monthly weigh-ins had become increasingly competitive.”
“Frank Ferrante, an overweight guy with deep spiritual wounds and an enormous sense of humor, thought he was signing onto a sort of vegan life fix: 42 days of raw foods, a shot of liquefied wheatgrass every morning, exercise, weigh-ins, holistic medical exams, weekly colonics, daily affirmations.”
“Schedule weekly weigh-ins, make it fun and right before you wish everyone a happy New Year the biggest loser gets the money.”
“No more naked wrestler weigh-ins; Leslie to N.C. State”
“LICHTMAN: And, you know, there are people who do this all over, and these weigh-ins all over.”
“A scale is strategically placed at the center of the restaurant, so other diners can watch the weigh-ins.”
“No more naked wrestler weigh-ins; Leslie to N.C. State - USATODAY. com”
“There will be no more naked weigh-ins in high school wrestling — not in this age of cellphone cameras and easy access to the Internet.”
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