dart board

NOUN
  1. a circular board of wood or cork used as the target in the game of darts
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use dart board In A Sentence

  • You just need beer pumps, a dart board, lino. The Sun
  • It's the same for anything that involves a snooker cue or a dart board. The Sun
  • The dart board 's still there though. Times, Sunday Times
  • The duster is next, click on it and the teacher will bend down to pick it up; click on the teacher again and the boy nearest to her will use her as a dart board (ouch!). Archive 2008-04-01
  • Whether Studdkey such was the excitement out there, they became a composite like Brangelina or Merkozy was more staggered by the fact that Heydon was 41, which seems to me a pretty good age to be competing in a darts championship, or from Leamington Spa, where I suspect a dart board is not exactly an item of exotica, it was hard to say. Darts in the Olympics would be a tungsten treat
  • And what makes this utter lack of substance far worse is that she can't even articulate her very simplistic thoughts without using staccato sentence fragments strung together as if she's reciting abbreviated notes illegibly scrawled on the backs of barroom napkins, and selected on-the-fly using a dart board. Bob Cesca: Famous for Being Famous: The Sarah Palin Show Is On the Air
  • It's the same for anything that involves a snooker cue or a dart board. The Sun
  • You just need beer pumps, a dart board, lino. The Sun
  • The dart board 's still there though. Times, Sunday Times
  • What I should do is make them into a dart board. Times, Sunday Times
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy