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
The rest of the UFC 212 card doesn’t pack the visceral appeal of the main event, although former UFC light heavyweight champion Vitor Belfort conceivably could be in his final bout against fellow veteran Nate Marquardt.
Chief restorer Andrea Carini said during the unveiling Thursday that the unusual bout of dryness had caused the paint to separate from the wood in some areas.
Copenhagen's Little Mermaid statue is no stranger to bouts of vandalism.
This is the time of the school year when parents, students and educators all can lapse into summertime doldrums or even bouts of ‘
Darabedyan came back and put together a three-fight winning streak that led to his bout against Giagos.
An elbow injury, bout of the shingles, loss of motivation and then last week, a virus that necessitated antibiotics, have all conspired against him.
Ajarin acknowledged that the risk of political turmoil is a worry for new investors, but argued that companies have weathered past such bouts.
Between bouts of balladeering, Dylan Scott charmed the audience with romantic banter about his childhood sweetheart who became his wife.
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Origin and Etymology of bout
English dialect, a trip going and returning in plowing, from Middle English bought bend
First Known Use: 1575
BOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bout 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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