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sportswomanship

Definitions

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  • n. sportsmanship

Etymologies

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sportswoman +‎ -ship

Examples

  • In the spirit of good sportswomanship which she must have learned from Chima, Lydia then called Jordan a "Whore Puppet" for winning, and then went and sat in a corner, hollering at everyone obscenities that were bleeped out.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 11: Heck Hath No Fury.

  • These women have beautiful bodies and I applaud their youth and sportswomanship.

    Dove's Eye View:

  • Shouldn't that be sportswomanship? posted by GayandRight @ 10:58 AM

    High-Fives are now Back in Girls Soccer in SF

  • The focus of roller derby is on athleticism, leadership, and sportswomanship, with emphasis on community involvement.

    13 Top Stories, Sports and Weather

  • People who'd normally prefer a colonoscopy over soccer -- meaning 99.67 percent of all Americans -- were transfixed by Lambert's lack of sportswomanship.

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  • The games became so popular that the Women's Flat Track Derby Association was established in 2004 to promote the sport by "facilitating the development of athletic ability, sportswomanship and good will among member leagues."

    CNN.com

  • She was extremely competitive, but always served as a prime example of great sportswomanship.

    The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines

  • The mission of the coalition is to promote and foster the sport of women’s Flat Track Roller Derby by facilitating the development of athletic ability, sportswomanship, and goodwill among member leagues.

    Rollergirl

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