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noun. ['ˈskɔr'] a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance).
- grade point
Rhymes with Score
Sentences with score
1. Noun, singular or mass
Take the triple score and multiply it by eight.
2. Verb, base form
Greed is a game of dice in which players need to score 10,000 points to pick up a win.
3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
You could rack up more points, or lose them all if you score nothing on your added rolls.
Quotes about score
1. The Nationals tried hard to recover the lost ground. The final result, however, was the success of the Forest Citys by a score of 29 to 23 in a nine innings game, twice interrupted by rain.
- Henry Chadwick
2. When David Fincher called me up a few years ago and said, 'Hey, I'd like you to score this film 'The Social Network,' I said, 'I'm flattered, but I really don't have any real experience scoring films, and I'd rather not screw it up on a high-profile project. And I like you and I don't want to compromise our friendship.'
- Trent Reznor
3. Kronos would be 10 times more powerful. His very presence would incinerate you. And once he achieves this he will empower the other Titans. They are weak, compared to what they soon will become, unless you can stop them, the world will fall, the gods will die, and I will never achieve a perfect score on this stupid machine.
- Rick Riordan, The Last Olympian
verb. ['ˈskɔr'] gain points in a game.
- hole up
- rack up
- gain ground
- get even
- pull ahead
- get ahead
- make headway
verb. ['ˈskɔr'] make small marks into the surface of.
noun. ['ˈskɔr'] a written form of a musical composition; parts for different instruments appear on separate staves on large pages.
- musical score
- musical notation
noun. ['ˈskɔr'] a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest.
- duck's egg
- basketball score
- baseball score
- bowling score
- football score
- double eagle
- take away
noun. ['ˈskɔr'] a set of twenty members.
verb. ['ˈskɔr'] make underscoring marks.
- put down
- paper loss
noun. ['ˈskɔr'] the facts about an actual situation.
- be well
noun. ['ˈskɔr'] grounds.
- pull out
noun. ['ˈskɔr'] an amount due (as at a restaurant or bar).
- break even