Recent Examples of bleacher from the Web
He was convicted after punching a husband and pushing a wife out of the bleachers at a school football game in October 2013.
Shulman, Boone and Ross plan to call the game from Wrigley's right-field bleachers.
At every game, Holloway was right there -- near the bench or waiting at the bottom of the bleachers on pins and needles to make sure her son was going to be okay.
After a series of fires destroyed the wooden bleachers in the late 1920s, Osborn designed a steel and concrete grandstand for the left-field line in 1934.
Cut to Bryant signing his name in chalk below a message on the brick bleacher wall along Waveland Avenue.
The floor seating appeared more or less full, as was the horseshoe of bleachers nearest the floor and the first balcony above that.
Heredia homered over the Green Monster in the eighth and Cano sent his into the center-field bleachers an inning later.
The bleachers have been removed, and the floor goes next.
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Definition of bleacher for Students
: one of a set of open seats arranged like steps for people to sit on while watching a game or performance —usually used in pl.
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