umpire

[ uhm-pahyuhr ]SEE DEFINITION OF umpire

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UMPIRE

Where it stopped rolling an umpire marked and called the distance.

They argued and sometimes fought over the umpire's decision.

The origin of government is simply that two men call in a third for umpire.

An umpire should be with each outpost and with each scouting patrol.

Eliot was at bat, and the umpire had just called the second strike on him.

The umpire knew his business, however, and did not get rattled.

Better, he urged, to be umpire than participant in so ungrateful a contest.

After which he had a long argument with the umpire as to whether he was in or out.

He became the umpire of taste, and his word was received as the fiat of fashion.

There was a sixth boat for the umpire, Professor Gordon, to follow the race.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR UMPIRE

justice

nounperson who oversees court of law
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