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synonyms for sporting

  • antic
  • fair
  • game
  • rollicking
  • square
  • coltish
  • considerate
  • devil-may-care
  • frisky
  • frolicsome
  • gamesome
  • gay
  • generous
  • gentlemanly
  • impish
  • jaunty
  • joyous
  • kittenish
  • larkish
  • lively
  • merry
  • mischievous
  • reasonable
  • roguish
  • sportive
  • sportsmanlike
  • sportsmanly
  • sprightly
  • square dealing
  • square shooting
  • straight shooting
  • waggish
  • wild
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antonyms for sporting

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  • unsporting
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How to use sporting in a sentence

Still, when it comes to a major sporting event — especially one augmented by the risk of Twitter and news outlets’ push notification spoiling the action — I don’t want to be playing catch up.
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We long ago became used to watching sporting events with little or no attendance.
AMERICA SUFFERED AN UNNECESSARY LOSS DURING THE SUPER BOWLMICHELE NORRISFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The Super Bowl streaming crash was the latest of several recent instances of streaming apps failing to handle big audiences during high-profile sporting events.
THE SUPER BOWL EXPOSED STREAMING’S ACHILLES HEELADAM EPSTEINFEBRUARY 8, 2021QUARTZ
Your correspondent tuned into the world’s biggest sporting event yesterday.
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HalfSmoke, dating from 2016, is a relaxed American-fare establishment sporting board games and a menu of sausages crafted over a wood-fired flame.
SHAW’S HALFSMOKE IS SO COOL, IT’S HOTEVAN CAPLANFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
The 2021 Australian Open, which begins Monday, will be the most normal sporting event the world has seen in nearly a year.
AUSTRALIAN OPEN SET TO BRING A SLICE OF NORMALCY TO THE SPORTS WORLDKENDALL BAKERFEBRUARY 2, 2021AXIOS
How to make sure you keep everyone at your Super Bowl party well hydratedWatching a sporting event without your beverage of choice just feels wrong, and that feeling is magnified on Super Bowl Sunday.
BACKYARD PARTY ESSENTIALS: OUTDOOR SUPER BOWL PARTY IDEAS FOR 2021POPSCI COMMERCE TEAMJANUARY 30, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
I jumped off my couch during that game and squealed, or yelped, or whooped, and few non-sporting events in the past 10 months had me squealing and yelping and whooping.
SPORTS AREN’T JOYLESS. JUST WATCH SIXERS PIANO GIRL.DAN STEINBERGJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We’re fortunate to have neighbors and partners in Indianapolis and surrounding communities who not only love the game of basketball as much as anyone else in the country but have a storied history when it comes to staging major sporting events.
NCAA TINKERS WITH MARCH MADNESS SCHEDULE, GIVING YOU ANOTHER DAY TO FILL OUT YOUR BRACKETMATT BONESTEELJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It is Tokyo’s fate to stage the world’s largest sporting event a year later than planned, at a time of global economic uncertainty and amid a pandemic that will be far from over on July 23.
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WORDS RELATED TO SPORTING

  • competitive
  • contesting
  • exercise-related
  • recreational
  • sporting
  • team
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