from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal More successful or winning more often than any others of its kind: "It was one of America's winningest days for women” ( Christian Science Monitor).
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- adj. superlative form of winning: most winning.
- adj. Most winning; most attractive.
- adj. Having the most wins.
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Then I'd call the winningest lawyers and make informational appointments.
With former St. Louis skipper Joel Quenneville behind the bench - a k a the winningest coach in Blues history - the Blackhawks (78 points) are just three points off the pace of NHL-leading San Jose (81), a team they defeated at San Jose last Thursday night.
The "winningest" class members got a mere $8.76; others got $1.78; a few got zero.
Mr. Marler is one of the "winningest" lawyers in the country in terms of settlements for those gravely injured by contaminated food.
The UCLA basketball coach for 27 years, John Wooden has sometimes been called America's "winningest" coach.
Jill Scott's "low down" husband in Why Did I Get Married Too? will be joined by fellow honorees, Marshall High School's "winningest" coach
The Dynamo are perhaps the "winningest" franchise in Houston history and they deserve a place of their own ... as for Green Star's comment regarding building an arena for "millionaires" to play in, why don't you go and look up the average MLS player's salary?
Terrible Herbst Motorsports is one of the • On-site displays and sampling opportunities winningest and most popular teams in the sport today, • Association with the 'winningest' vehicle in off-road having dominated within SCORE and Best in the Desert with numerous race wins and Championships. racing history The Herbst family also competes in short course racing and fielded three Pro-4 trucks in the Championship Off Road Racing (CORR) series in 2008 and took Rookie of the Year honors in 2007.
The transition from a four-year starter, McCoy, who became the all-time winningest quarterback in FBS history, may be smoother than expected.
With a victory Saturday, he would tie Bryan Randall as Virginia Tech's all-time winningest quarterback.