Definition of Fosbury
1. Noun. United States athlete who revolutionized the high jump by introducing the Fosbury flop in the 1968 Olympics (born in 1947).
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Literary usage of Fosbury
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1. Annals and Antiquities of the Counties and County Families of Wales by Thomas Nicholas (1872)
"1838; buried at St. Nicholas, Brighton), had, with other issue,— David Sevan, Esq.. of fosbury House, co. Wilts, of Trent Park, Enfield, Middlesex, ..."
2. Roman Roads in Britain by Thomas Codrington (1919)
"... and by fosbury camp on the east. To keep on the high ground the Roman road, still well defined, bends westward through an angle of 60°, and skirts round ..."