Definitions

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  • n. the activity of playing 18 holes of golf

Etymologies

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Examples

  • IT WAS A PLEASURE ON THAT day, as it had been after every other round of golf at M&C, to make the slow ride down the mountain and then go along the lake.

    The Italian Summer

  • The last round of golf I played at Menaggio and Cadenabbia was with Andrus and Elsa.

    The Italian Summer

  • “Mrs. Cartarette and I played a round of golf there this evening.”

    Scales of Justice

  • And so, though I wanted to break 80, though Id set that goal for myself, I had enjoyed every round of golf that summer, even the hackfest at Lanzo, just as, despite the soggy crust, Id enjoyed the pizza at Il Cris and, despite the rain, enjoyed the trip to St. Moritz.

    The Italian Summer

  • He was playing a round of golf with Mrs. Cartarette.

    Scales of Justice

  • I asked if she and her husband would like to play a round of golf with me sometime, at Menaggio and Cadenabbia, and that was how we became friends.

    The Italian Summer

  • Great view, also, which must have been included in the tab, because, at the end of the meal, I was presented with a folded conto on which had been written a sum that translated, at that summers exchange rate, to a round of golf at the most expensive daily-fee course in New England.

    The Italian Summer

  • The plan was to head across the northwest part of Italythat section where a bulge of trouser seems to fluff out of the top of the bootand to play one last round of golf at a nine-hole course in the shadow of the Matterhorn.

    The Italian Summer

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