2. Verb. (third-person singular of grandstand) ¹
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Definition of Grandstands
1. grandstand [v] - See also: grandstand
Lexicographical Neighbors of Grandstands
Literary usage of Grandstands
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Structural Design by Horace Richmond Thayer (1914)
"Grandstands These may be regarded as modified theaters, built for spectators of out-of-door events, such as games of base ball and football, track contests, ..."
2. Proposed Act Governing the Construction, Erection, Enlargement, Alteration by Edgar Weimer (1916)
"(d) Grandstands, summer theaters, observation towers, exhibition and fair buildings, amusement parks and roof gardens. Section 355. ..."
3. Argumentation and Debating by William Trufant Foster (1917)
"... that Waterloo was won on the playing grounds of Eton, we should observe that he did not maintain that Waterloo was won on the grandstands of Eton. ..."
4. South American Travels by Henry Stephens (1911)
"There are three brick grandstands, plastered over so as to resemble stone, ... Under the grandstands are barrooms, which, between the heats, are packed to ..."
5. Adventure Guide to Hungary by Dante Mena (2007)
"It is Szalajka volgy ut, and you will see the grandstands and the state exhibition grounds. About 150 feet from the intersection, the Lovas Etterem ..."