dartboard

[ UK /dˈɑːtbɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑɹtˌbɔɹd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a circular board of wood or cork used as the target in the game of darts
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How To Use dartboard In A Sentence

  • Large indoor games - these might include table tennis, snooker, table football or a dartboard with rubber-tipped darts, but you need plenty of space, such as a garage, to set them up.
  • It will be the best of five games and there will be six dartboards in operation.
  • He then balanced the knife on the end of his index finger, flipped it around, grabbed it by the handle, and almost simultaneously threw it at the dartboard, blade landing dead center of the bulls-eye.
  • Pubs will have to replace dartboards with mirrors, bored barmaids will have to idle away the hours polishing stemmed glasses.
  • Yes, it had some snack and coffee machines, but he also added some things specifically intended to relieve stress: Silly Putty, a dartboard, a videogame, a TV, and some magazines.
  • In those days many working men - and in particular those with carpentry skills - manufactured dartboards out of elm or poplar wood as a sideline.
  • There was a dartboard, and a pool table, and random teenagers and young adults standing around, or sitting and drinking, all of them loud and boisterous and in plain high spirits.
  • The ‘dartboard’ is a specific target face 122 cm in diameter laid out with scoring zones exactly the same as for a dartboard.
  • Some time during the 19th century the chalk and dartboard replaced the cribbage board as the standard method of scoring a game of darts.
  • Instead of unpredictable bounces on baking hard surfaces, Monty realised the yielding landing areas would suit his dartboard game.
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