Examples of pugilist in a Sentence
a pugilist with the trademark of the boxing ring: a nose that showed signs of having been broken on more than one occasion
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Komrofsky's subsequent tenure as boxing commissioner for Michigan made his shop popular with local and visiting pugilists, several of whom signed black-and-white photographs and publicity stills that remain on display inside in the store.
The other Parkinson's pugilists in the class salute his effort by clapping their boxing gloves.
Nick Cave waded into the crowd countless times Friday at the Auditorium Theatre and each time the singer in the suit was transformed: preacher, pugilist, dastardly villain, bereaved parent.
Then, should a tiebreaker be needed, the third and deciding duel between the two pugilists would be a chess match, a spelling bee or perhaps a recitation of Shakespearean sonnets.)
And to a few generations of kids at Reno High, Mr. Meschery was just that wonderful oversized English and creative writing teacher, not poet, player or pugilist.
WASHINGTON—With the administration roiled this week over President Donald Trump’s firing of the FBI chief, White House spokesman Sean Spicer, one of the administration’s most prominent pugilists, has been 3 miles and a world away from the drama.
For the past week, Reeves, Washington and 22 others took part in the Belfast-Beltway Boxing Project, an exchange program for pugilists from the D.C. area and Northern Ireland.
Mayweather retired undefeated, 49-0 and perhaps the greatest and most contemptible pugilist ever.
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