Benching [verb]

Definition of Benching:

shame, humiliate

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Sentence/Example of Benching:

To get into the starting position, consider moving your weights to a bench first and then lifting them into position rather than lifting them directly from the floor.

Tiana Mangakahia watches a November 2019 Syracuse game from the bench next to teammate Taleah Washington.

Unlike his first two games this season, when he came off the bench after taking limited reps in practice, Smith will get all the practice reps with Washington’s first-team offense this week.

If you see vendors hustling between tables and mostly Moroccans filling the benches, you’ll know you’re in the right spot.

The raised platform also gives you a bench to sit on when you’re changing, unpacking, or taking off shoes.

Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith was cruising late in the first half Sunday afternoon, in control of the offense he had again left the bench to lead.

During eight weeks of preparation for the 2019 NFL draft, they would start the weekend by loading plates on bars for high-volume sets of bench presses.

Today, with Justice Barrett joining the bench, this progress is under threat.

For the next seven, Martinez was a bench coach for manager Joe Maddon, sharing a dugout and clubhouse with Hickey.

He has named scores of judges hostile to LGBTQ equality to the federal bench, jeopardizing our community’s gains for years to come.