score[ skawr, skohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF score
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCORE
The texture of food is entitled to a score of 20 if it is perfect.
One more round of mead or ale and the score to the last comer.
The score was begun on August 12 and finished on October 24.
I played as heartily as I worked, but I studied with a will, too, and passed a score of mates.
All the sales of sheep and lambs are by the "clad score" which contains twenty-one.
In the circumstances we could not look to be pardoned, even on the score of youth.
On the score of health they may compare favourably with any race.
Henceforth I have another score against Morella, and I will pay it too.
Well, I owed him a long score, and I have paid him off in full.
But self-improvement is a dull game when there is no one to applaud your score.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SCORE
- bring in
- build up
- make a killing
- move forward
- pick up
- rack up
- win over