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noun as in sporting competition

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Heading into EVO USA, Ash lost his passport, which forced him to miss a local tournament.

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PSG has allowed the fewest goals in the tournament so far, but that was with Navas in goal for the majority of the time.

With so many users, there are many different games and tournaments, and there are significant stakes.

The tournament was hosted and won by, you guessed it, England.

From Ozy

At this point, many solvers recognized this meant you were guaranteed to win the tournament eventually, as the probability of drawing infinitely many games was vanishingly small.

In 2006, Wahlberg participated in the Los Angeles Police-Celebrity Golf Tournament, an annual fundraiser.

The tournament itself is like the second season of a reality show.

Collins said that most of her knowledge is from “here and there,” so there was no need to cram before the tournament.

A photo of the most recent professional tournament showed a fully male, predominantly white, t-shirt and cargo-shorts-clad top 8.

Jody Hice—Choosing Hice is like picking Duke or UConn in the NCAA basketball tournament.

She demands the golden ewer—the red horse comes to his aid, and he wins the tournament in his red dress.

Horses and dresses are found in the insular forms, but, so far, I have not found a single instance of the tournament.

Form of imprisonment varies, but the ‘rescue’ is most generally found in company with the tournament.

Here the conflict generally lasts three days, the three disguises are employed, and the tournament is often absent.

Yes, we have to don a coat of mail in the tournament in which we are going to take part; we require armor.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tournament, such as: contest, event, fight, match, meeting, and series.

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