Definition of Exhibition game
1. Noun. A game whose outcome is not recorded in the season's standing.
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Literary usage of Exhibition game
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1898)
"There is a good deal of difference between what may be called an ' exhibition ' game and a keenly fought match between two clubs. ..."
2. Billiards by William Broadfoot, Archibald H. Boyd, Sydenham Dixon, William Justice Ford, Dudley David Pontifex, Russell D. Walker (1896)
"In May 1884 he won an exhibition game with Mitchell at the Aquarium in four ... I^ter in the same month the same pair were giving an exhibition game at ..."
3. Principles and Practice of Poultry Culture by John Henry Robinson (1912)
"The exhibition game Bantam, modeled after the large exhibition game, is a great favorite with fanciers ..."
4. 999 Questions and Answers: A Guide to Success with Poultry,written and by Frank Heck (1903)
"ANSWER—National exhibition game and Game Bantam Club, EJW Dietz, Secretary, Downer's Grove, Ill.; American exhibition game and Game Bantam Club, Chas. ..."
5. Indiana University, 1820-1920: Centennial Memorial Volume by Indiana University (1921)
"The Indiana nine, however, proceeded to demonstrate its superiority over the visitors in an exhibition game called almost an hour late. ..."
6. Our Domestic Birds by John Henry Robinson (1913)
"The Common Game Bantam is a dwarf Pit Game fowl; the Exhibition -Game Bantam is a dwarf type resembling the exhibition game, developed from the Common Game ..."