Definitions

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  • adjective nonsports

Etymologies

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non- +‎ sport

Examples

  • I too agree with Jim, but this decision goes beyond sport vs. nonsport.

    New Jersey Approves Crossbows For Archery Deer

  • I too agree with Jim, but this decision goes beyond sport vs. nonsport.

    New Jersey Approves Crossbows For Archery Deer

  • "So far everything is going smoothly and we've been very pleased with the organization, the competition and the nonsport activities," he said.

    Chasing Youth Olympics

  • But the cut of women's volleyball raised the whelps when the nonsport of "competitive cheerleading" was put in its place.

    The Twisted Logic Of Gender Equity

  • In nonsport mode shifts are so seamless you will barely detect them.

    Bliss, The ’09 Maserati Quattroporte «

  • But in Britain, it still conjures up the image of a lone geek standing on a railway platform, engrossed in the venerable nonsport of noting the numbers on passing trains.

    Trainspotting Done Properly

  • But the cut of women's volleyball raised the whelps when the nonsport of "competitive cheerleading" was put in its place.

    Forbes.com: News

  • It also could give leagues leeway to reduce player salaries by ending free agency, mean higher ticket prices and even reshape nonsport business practices by narrowing the scope of antitrust enforcement.

    Durangoherald.com

  • It also could give leagues leeway to reduce player salaries by ending free agency, mean higher ticket prices and even reshape nonsport business practices by narrowing the scope of antitrust enforcement.

    Durangoherald.com

  • But the cut of women's volleyball raised the whelps when the nonsport of "competitive cheerleading" was put in its place.

    Forbes.com: News

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