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rink

noun as in ring

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I wanted to do nothing else other than be at the rink, and work hard and train.

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The two players frequently spend time together away from the rink with their wives.

Jose-Luis Jimenez, an air engineer at the University of Colorado, speculated that the spaces occupied by rinks keep the virus suspended, perhaps six to nine feet, just above the ice.

In Vermont, an outbreak at a single ice rink ripped through the center of the state, affecting at least 20 towns in at least four counties, and seeding other outbreaks at several schools.

Experts speculate that ice rinks may trap the virus around head level in a rink that, by design, restricts airflow, temperature and humidity.

Her father was a war amputee on benefits; her mother a cashier at a skating rink.

There was a family named Adams in Saskatoon, and they had a rink with boards, between their house and the barn.

We went out on the rink in the yard and pushed around on one foot.

“Walking into the rink today I thought, ‘Wow, this is what I used to do every day,’” Kwan tells me on the phone.

The rink cost $98.5 million, making it more than one and a half times more expensive than other Olympic equivalents.

I am afraid I can't get a rink built for you in a day, but I'll see what we can do.

If it weren't so hot we might have a fine rink this evening.'

We might go down to the rink father had made on purpose for Horatia.

What Dr. Rink says of the Eskimo story-telling holds good, more or less, all over the world.

On the spot where the dining-room stands used to be an open air skating rink run as a private club.

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On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rink, such as: field, gym, gymnasium, park, ring, and square.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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