from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having no points scored.
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- adj. no points or goals etc having been scored
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- adj. having no points scores
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The two teams played out a 0 – 0 draw, Italy being the only team to hold eventual Euro Cup winners Spain scoreless in regular time.
Mexico, Ecuador finish in scoreless draw at New Meadowlands Stadium
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Angels 'bullpen held the Red Sox scoreless from the fifth through the ninth, giving the offense the opportunity to rally.
But he was scoreless from the field in the final 11 minutes as the Hawks suffered their fourth straight road loss.
But he missed his last five shots, going scoreless from the field in the final period as San Antonio dropped its fourth straight game.
South Korea, co-host of the World Cup with Japan, advanced to the semifinals after holding Spain scoreless for 120 minutes.
Anthony, the region's Most Outstanding Player, had turned in scoreless halves in his last two NCAA Tournament games.
UCLA (22-8), seeded fourth, closed the game on a 20-3 run and held 13th-seeded Hofstra (26-5) scoreless from the field during the span as it advanced to a second-round game against Utah
Reid Brignac hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning Monday to break a scoreless tie and lift the Tampa Bay Rays over the Yankees, 1-0, at Tropicana Field.