Recent Examples of proving ground from the Web
The models would be evaluated at the Air Force's Radar Target Scatter testing range at the White Sands proving grounds in New Mexico.
Next spring marks the 25th anniversary of Toyota’s proving ground in Wittman.
However, unlike most cases of stewards deserving their P45s, the Hornets have unceremoniously elected for a one-season manager philosophy even before their promotion once more to the Premier League proving grounds two years ago.
The teams were in the Amateur Athletic Union, a coalition of grass-roots leagues that often serve as proving grounds for future stars.
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PROVING GROUND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of proving ground for English Language Learners
: a place where things or people are tested or tried out for the first time
: a place where scientific testing is done
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