Examples of bout in a Sentence
undoubtedly the team's best wrestler, he hasn't lost a bout yet
she's currently suffering from a bout of the flu
Recent Examples of bout from the Web
Standouts for Indy included left back Ayoze, whose composure and technical ability on the ball sparked some of his team's longer bouts of possession, and Watson, whose high work rate made his presence felt in various areas of the pitch.
Mill has earned publicity for bouts of legal trouble, starting in 2008 with his conviction and subsequent prison sentences for later parole violations on multiple occasions.
None of that is allowed by the UFC, which has a list of 31 rules for professional bouts.
On the other, the Trump administration’s reported plan to levy tens of billions of dollars worth of tariffs on China in the days to come had traders preparing for a new bout of geopolitical upheaval.
Xhaka is just one of several Under Armour sponsored athletes—including heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua, who is preparing for a championship bout in September—getting the full monty of sleep treatment.
The bus was carrying fighters who were scheduled to compete in April 7's UFC 223 bouts at the Barclays Center -- including Khabib Nurmagomedov, who was to fight for McGregor's former lightweight title.
Unbeaten heavyweight champions Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua appear poised for a title unification bout.
Yet there are still plenty of reasons to tune in for the world's preeminent rivalry bout.
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BOUT Defined for English Language Learners
: a period of time during which someone suffers from something (such as an illness or disease)
: a short period of time during which something is done or happening
: a wrestling or boxing contest
BOUT Defined for Kids
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