referee[ ref-uh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF referee
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I found him dejectedly studying an ancient copy of the "Referee."
When forty love had been scored against me I appealed to the referee.
If the boat is upset the referee's canoe helps them to right.
It was like the tap of the bell for a twenty-round go with the referee missin'.
It's been put up to me to keep time an' referee this mix-up, and I don't want no help.
Being the only non-partisan in the crowd, I was asked to referee.
In that case, under the new rules, I should referee the matter.
Fred Linden was to play the part of referee, and decide which was the better man.
It seemed clear that a referee ought to know the rules of the game.
They carried him to his corner, the Battler on one side, the referee on the other.