Definition of Practice game
1. Noun. A game whose outcome is not recorded in the season's standing.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Practice Game
Literary usage of Practice game
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Baseball Notes for Coaches and Players by Elmer Berry (1916)
"Hour and a half long enough for practice. Game if one is to be used or ... practice game. Wednesday. Game or practice game between first and second teams. ..."
2. Lawn Tennis for Ladies by Lambert Chambers (1910)
"I once asked a girl whom I noticed continually running round her back-hand in a practice game, why she did this. The characteristic answer came back: "I ..."
3. Outing (1892)
"One day the " university " played them a practice game of five innings and had a remarkably ... It was to be a practice game against the Am- herst nine. ..."
4. My State by Professor Steven Schneider, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Steven Schneider, Gary L Shipman, Evan-Moor Corporation (1996)
"Make Playing Cards After the practice game, ask your students to develop their own game cards to play with classmates. Review the process for making the ..."
5. The Yale Literary Magazine by Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg, Yale University (1871)
"A practice game between the Juniors and Freshmen was played on the Whitney Avenue grounds on May 24th, in which the Freshmen were victorious. ..."