Definition of Sportscasters

1. Noun. (plural of sportscaster) ¹



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Definition of Sportscasters

1. sportscaster [n] - See also: sportscaster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sportscasters

sports jacket
sports medicine
sports meeting
sports page
sports section
sports stadium
sports writer
sportsaholic
sportsaholics
sportsbook
sportsbooks
sportscar
sportscars
sportscast
sportscaster
sportscasters (current term)
sportscasting
sportscasts
sportsfield
sportsfields
sportslike
sportsman
sportsman's bet
sportsman's bets
sportsmanlike
sportsmanly
sportsmanship
sportsmanships
sportsmen
sportspeople

Literary usage of Sportscasters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ancient Greece by Sandi Johnson (2003)
"As an extension activity, students could pretend they are sportscasters and give the class a play-by-play description of the action. ..."

2. The Rich Single Life: Abundance, Opportunity & Purpose in God by Andrew Farmer (1998)
"As the sportscasters are forced to venture into non-sports talk, we quickly learn that these guys don't have the first clue about anything except sports! ..."

3. How Can I Change?: Breaking Free from the Gap Trap by Robin Boisvert, C J Mahaney (1993)
"For example, when retired heavyweight boxer George Foreman returned to the ring, sportscasters spoke of his career being "born again. ..."

4. Baseball Goes to War by William B. Mead (1998)
"... St. Louis sportscasters France Laux and Bob Lyle auctioned the glove of Terry Moore, Cardinal center fielder, for a $5000 War Bond. ..."

5. Baseball Goes to War by William B. Mead (1998)
"... St. Louis sportscasters France Laux and Bob Lyle auctioned the glove of Terry Moore, Cardinal center fielder, for a $5000 War Bond. ..."

6. Pittsburg, PA: Photographic Portrait by Mark Bolster, Photographer (2007)
"When the stadium opened, sportscasters affectionately nicknamed it the "Big Ketchup Bottle" and referred to the stadium's bright yellow seats as "Mustard ..."

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