dormie

ADJECTIVE
  1. in match play a side that stands as many holes ahead as there are holes remaining to be played
    he was dormie three and still lost the match
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  • Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson for the U.S. and Edoardo Molinari of Europe are all at "dormie holes" in their matches, meaning they can lead by the same number of holes that remain for them. Europe takes Ryder Cup back from United States on final match
  • Nam cohabitatio, et commixtio omnium virorum ad singulas mulieres apparet ibi communis, vnde mater natum paruulum suum, adicit pro sui placito cuicunque viro, qui circa generationis tempus secumn dormierit, nec valet vllus virorum esse certus de proprio generato, quem modum exlegem arbitror et turpem. The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville
  • For one thing, she's not in my dormy and you can't go visiting in other dormies regardless. ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • he was dormie three and still lost the match
  • And though Scott tried to rally — he used the toe of his putter to make a 16-footer from the fringe to win the par-4 13th — Furyk stepped up and landed an approach shot within 8 feet on the 15th to go dormie with just three holes left. USATODAY.com - Points made: U.S. counts on Furyk's finesse
  • Qui postquam in aedes irrupere, diversi regem quaerere, dormientes alios, alios occursantes interficere, scrutari loca abdita, clausa effringere, strepitu et tumultu omnia miscere; quum [72] interim Hiempsal reperitur occultans sese tugurio mulieris ancillae, quo initio pavidus et ignarus loci perfugerat. C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino
  • Nam cohabitatio, et commixtio omnium virorum ad singulas mulieres apparet ibi communis, vnde mater natum paruulum suum, adicit pro sui placito cuicunque viro, qui circa generationis tempus secumn dormierit, nec valet vllus virorum esse certus de proprio generato, quem modum exlegem arbitror et turpem. The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville
  • Poulter birdied the 15th to go dormie and parred the 16th to close out the match. USATODAY.com - Sunday's key holes at Ryder Cup
  • We wondered at the change in the attitude of the family until a campus census was performed and we were advised that no longer did the 'dormie' population exceed that of the Familiar family but that the family had ballooned in size to a degree of overwhelming odds. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • England are dormie two in a Test series that has seen Pakistan bowled out for 80 and 72, while the fielding of Butt's side was so inept at Edgbaston that they resembled a travelling troupe of jesters. Salman Butt: 'In these dark days for Pakistan, cricket can lift spirits'
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