Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A football game played each year to determine the championship of the National Football League.

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  • proper n. The championship game of the NFL.

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Examples

  • I had an instant moment of clarity where I could see myself in my living room in Georgetown, pacing the borders of our aqua-colored Oriental rug while I was talking about the Super Bowl calls with Charlie Smith.

    How to Rig an Election

  • NASA was going to be honored during the January Super Bowl halftime show and HQ wanted a space-flown football to give to NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle.

    Riding Rockets

  • MS. SWISHER: The Super Bowl commercials—are they coming back?

    What's the Deal?

  • San Jose State, the Rams, the Italian Super Bowl that rocked my world, seem like a millennium before.

    Gladiator

  • Marsh also brought up the Super Bowl calls I had made for Jim Treffinger during the 2002 GOP Senate primary campaign.

    How to Rig an Election

  • Defendant James W. Treffinger agreed to cause the recipients of the calls to form a negative opinion of Candidate No. 1 by timing the calls to occur during the 2002 Super Bowl game and mislead the recipients of the calls into believing that Candidate No. 1 was engaging in negative campaigning against Candidate No. 2.

    How to Rig an Election

  • MR. MASON: Will we do Super Bowl commercials in the future?

    What's the Deal?

  • Andrew Mason , founder and chief executive of Groupon, talked with Kara Swisher about clones, the advantages of starting a technology company in Chicago, and its Super Bowl advertising mistakes.

    What's the Deal?

  • Dan Brandenstein decided that the STS-26 crew had overstayed their welcome in the “Return to Flight” spotlight and redlined them from the Super Bowl event.

    Riding Rockets

  • Big events like the Super Bowl of Poker attracted two kinds of players: live-game players and tournament players.

    One of a Kind

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