Draft [noun]

Definition of Draft:

something formulated; plan

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Sentence/Example of Draft:

That’s according to a draft study, led by researchers at the University of Nevada and posted online.

They have a stealthy hull and shallow draft, but some models are difficult to fish from while standing up.

The draft language is largely focused on closing the achievement gap between different racial groups, but also broadly steers the district toward the removal of institutional biases.

Hines-Allen’s defense helped get her drafted out of Louisville, with the 19th overall pick in 2018.

While they still had a chance at the playoffs in the East, the Rangers’ 79 points through 70 games were only the fifth-most points amassed by the teams eligible for Monday’s draft lottery and the sixth-most points per game.

That means it’s time for us to all go on record and draft the teams we feel have the best chance at winning the World Series.

The Sky also drafted forward Ruthy Hebard with the eighth overall pick, a move Wade was visibly ecstatic about on draft night.

Once you have a written draft put together, it’s editing time.

Local artists were drafted to help illustrate the scientists’ research.

Having done “90% of their work,” most teams already have a general idea of whom they want to draft and where.