Definition of Sports arena

1. Noun. A building for indoor sports.

Exact synonyms: Field House
Generic synonyms: House



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sports Arena

sporting life
sporting man
sportingly
sportive
sportively
sportiveness
sportivenesses
sportless
sportlike
sportling
sportlings
sportponies
sportpony
sports
sports announcer
sports arena (current term)
sports bra
sports bras
sports car
sports cars
sports coat
sports commentator
sports day
sports days
sports desk
sports editor
sports equipment
sports fan
sports final
sports ground

Literary usage of Sports arena

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1. Architectural Guide to Moscow by Aleksandr Viktorovich Anisimov (1993)
"Originally it comprised a main sports arena seating 103000, a minor sports arena seating 16000, a swimming pool with stands and a sports palace with ..."

2. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Frost (2000)
"The popularity of Café India (3760 sports arena Blvd., "S 619--7500) stems from its ... The buffet is served daily at this little gem near the sports arena. ..."

3. Lake District by Norman Buckley (2004)
"... laid trail of aniseed and oil along a route over rough mountain ground, including walls and other obstacles, starting and finishing in the sports arena. ..."

4. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes (1896)
"In the sports arena (which was once the lake) there is an ideal site for a show ; plenty of room for any number of visitors, and plenty of space for the ..."

5. Pesticides in the Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments: Second National edited by Diana L. Weigmann (1994)
""sports arena" means sports pavilions, gymnasiums, health spas, boxing arenas, swimming pools, roller and ice rinks, bowling alleys, and other similar ..."

6. Change Is the Rule: Practical Actions for Change, on Target, on Time, on Budget by Winford E. Holland (2000)
"Just as the manager of a public sports arena knows with certainty how long it takes to change configuration from basketball to hockey, top management must ..."

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