Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • He was the lead blocker on all three runs of the three-play, 58-yard drive the Giants used to push out to a two-score lead Sunday and he maneuvered his 6-5 frame nimbly against shorter linebackers.

    Giants Have One Bear of a Back

  • Bassett smiled quietly to the old one's conceit, as the great carved log, drawn back through two-score feet of space, was released.

    THE RED ONE

  • I sprang back, startled, and dropped it to the deck, while a gleeful howl went up from the two-score men.

    CHAPTER XXIII

  • In addition, over two-score of other men were in the running.

    THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE

  • The Packers maintained a two-score lead until Mr. Hanie worked up some late magic, leading his team down the field for a one-yard score on the ground by Chester Taylor with 12:02 left.

    Green Bay Packing for Super Bowl XLV

  • He had died a score of deaths already, and what was the use of prolonging it to two-score deaths before he really died.

    Chapter 3

  • Prior to that, but also in the fourth, defensive lineman Sione Pouha fell on top of a Romo fumble when the Cowboys were on the verge of scoring a touchdown that would have given them a two-score lead.

    Jets Come Alive in Fourth Quarter

  • The perfectly thrown pass - low enough to give no chance of an interception but high enough to catch - was cradled by a diving Cooper to make it a two-score game.

    USATODAY.com

  • Leonard hit J.T. Jordan with a 2-yard scoring pass on the first play of the fourth quarter as the Red Wolves built a two-score lead.

    USATODAY.com

  • Keys 'third field goal, from 27 yards with 7: 30 left, made it a two-score game.

    USATODAY.com

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.