Scoring [verb]

Definition of Scoring:

keep count

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Opposite/Antonyms of Scoring:






Sentence/Example of Scoring:

He had been scoring all day—sufficient reason for early retirement.

After scoring over my calmness in this graphic way he nodded wisely.

He carries a scoring card with the name of each scout on it.

The ways of scoring equalize the opportunities of country and city boys.

It's your work alone that has prevented us from scoring in either of these innings.

"Funny how I'm doing all the scoring," said Celia meditatively.

He does not relate these characters to scoring or cracking quality.

About the only difficulty in scoring is that of deciding what constitutes a trial.

Scoring, as we have seen, takes account only of the number of words.

Procedure and Scoring, the same as in previous tests of this kind.