Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An unusually abrupt slope.

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Examples

  • For the semifinals, two teams from each bus were selected to do battle in a five-minute pitch-off.

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  • Weir's win came down to a 125-yard pitch-off on the final hole after the five

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  • Vince, host of the Shamwow ad, has now "unleashed and woken up the sleeping giant," Mays said, suggesting the two settle the score via a "pitch-off."

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  • Understandably, the two are embroiled in a bitter rivalry: In February, Mays challenged Shlomi to a pitch-off on Adam Carolla's radio show after referring to himself in the third person as

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  • The highlight of the reception will be the "pitch-off," where some of the event's most exciting companies will be invited to give their presentations.

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  • It’s a sad day for Powers fans, but just when it looks like he’s hanging up his glove for good, he unleashes brute force at a pitch-off hosted by luxury car dealer Ashley Schaeffer Will Ferrell.

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  • Canadian Mike Weir captures $270,000 in Telus Skins Game pitch-off

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