winner's circle

noun

Definition of winner's circle

: an enclosure near a racetrack where the winning horse and jockey are brought for photographs and awards

Examples of winner's circle in a Sentence

The jockey and horse approached the winner's circle.
Recent Examples on the Web In winning Saturday, Saez and Essential Quality wore down pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie, ridden by Prat, to get to the winner's circle. Tom Canavan, ajc, 6 June 2021 In winning Saturday, Saez and Essential Quality wore down pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie, ridden by Prat, to get to the winner's circle. Tom Canavan, ajc, 6 June 2021 Saturday marked Medina Spirit's first trip to the Kentucky Derby winner's circle, but trainer Bob Baffert has been there a few times. Lucas Aulbach, The Courier-Journal, 2 May 2021 In winning Saturday, Saez and Essential Quality wore down pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie, ridden by Prat, to get to the winner's circle. Tom Canavan, ajc, 6 June 2021 In winning Saturday, Saez and Essential Quality wore down pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie, ridden by Prat, to get to the winner's circle. Tom Canavan, ajc, 6 June 2021 In winning Saturday, Saez and Essential Quality wore down pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie, ridden by Prat, to get to the winner's circle. Tom Canavan, ajc, 6 June 2021 In winning Saturday, Saez and Essential Quality wore down pacesetter Hot Rod Charlie, ridden by Prat, to get to the winner's circle. Tom Canavan, Star Tribune, 5 June 2021 Mattson, of Prior Lake, waved about a dozen friends into the winner's circle to pose with Elusive Amelia following her 3/4-length score in the first race. Rachel Blount, Star Tribune, 18 May 2021

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First Known Use of winner's circle

1951, in the meaning defined above

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29 Jul 2021

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“Winner's circle.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/winner%27s%20circle. Accessed 4 Aug. 2021.

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winner's circle

noun

English Language Learners Definition of winner's circle

: an area where the winner of a game, contest, etc., receives his or her award

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