masters

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adjective mas·ters \ˈmas-tərz\

Definition of masters

  1. :  competing in, relating to, or being a competition for athletes over a specified age (as 40) <a masters runner>

1971

First Known Use of masters

1971

Other General Sports Terms


Masters

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biographical name Mas·ters \ˈmas-tərz\

Definition of Masters

  1. Edgar Lee 1869–1950 American author




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