Bye [noun]

Definition of Bye:


Synonyms of Bye:

Opposite/Antonyms of Bye:


Sentence/Example of Bye:

Mitchell Trubisky returned to the starting-quarterback role for the Bears after Nick Foles suffered a hip injury in Chicago’s final pre-bye game.

He says good-bye every May when the star slips behind the sun from the perspective of Earth, and says hello again in August when the star comes back.

The 8-2 Saints took command in the race for the top seed and the lone bye when the Packers fell, 34-31, in overtime to the Indianapolis Colts.

Reid’s teams have a record of 18-3 in his career in post-bye games.

The Packers will want to see the Bears, against whom they still have a pair of games, continuing to implode when Chicago returns from its bye.

While Washington is well rested coming off a bye, New York is on a short week.

Even if their fumble luck regresses a little, and even if they don’t play significantly better, the Bears’ hot start has given them a nearly 50-50 chance to win the division and a 17 percent shot at a first-round bye.

That feat earned them a double bye into the semifinals of the playoffs, which began Sunday against the Connecticut Sun.

The WNBA’s setup heavily favors top seeds — who get two byes, as the Nos.

“Bye-bye,” whispered a 3-year-old girl one day as Coyote left her room.