Arc [noun]

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Mitchell made 19 of his 33 shots from the field and six of 15 from behind the 3-point arc, and he paraded himself to the free-throw line 13 times, connecting on all 13 tries.

Harden’s teammates went 19 of 50 from beyond the arc, and the Rockets won the game.

The ones they’ve found shape an arc, not quite a full circle.

All societies are just snippets of “the great arc of potential human purposes and motivations,” Benedict once wrote.

This created an additional dim bow whose bottom hung below the primary arc.

In this position, the line of cavalry formed the chord of the arc described by the river, and occupied by us.

The sequestered spot, a seat beneath a plane tree, with a lonesome arc-lamp shining full upon it, was occupied.

She looked very haggard and helpless beneath the blue arc-lights.

He threw the ship like a giant shell in a screaming, sweeping arc upon the red craft that drove across their bow.

When the sun swung into its western arc I halted where a large number of warriors had broken their fast.