Examples of tryout in a Sentence
Open tryouts for the team are next Monday.
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An undrafted free agent, Thielen could hardly get a tryout as a rookie and didn't break 150 yards per season in his first two years in the league.
Each actor read a scene written specifically for the tryout—all the better to keep The Good Place’s secrets a secret—in which Janet had been reimagined as a kind of customer-service agent for a disreputable company.
To think his unlikely tale took a fortuitous turn in 1975 when Nelson saw an announcement in The Sporting News for a tryout with the Mavericks, owned by former actor Bing Russell — Kurt’s father.
Washington was not drafted by the National Football League but had a tryout with the then-San Diego Chargers.
Meanwhile, C&N Sports Group, which represents Trevor Darling posted on Twitter that the offensive lineman would get a tryout with the Cleveland Browns.
This included letting nurse practitioners perform student-athlete exams (which was not allowed at the time), failure to perform sickle cell tests in a timely manner and failure to require medical exams before tryouts.
The Whiffs, as they are known, and Yale’s senior women’s a cappella group, Whim ’n Rhythm, issued a joint announcement Feb. 1 that tryouts for both groups will now be open to all rising seniors.
Despite a coaching change less than a week before tryouts and the loss of a pair of NCAA Division I commits entering the season, the Wolves are playing in the state tournament this week for the second time in program history.
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Examples of try out in a Sentence
want to try out my new skateboard?
tried out his skill at archery
TRYOUT Defined for English Language Learners
: a test of someone's ability to do something that is used to see if he or she should join a team, perform in a play, etc.
: a test of the quality, value, or usefulness of something
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