extra point

  1. in American football a point awarded for a successful place kick following a touchdown
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  • ‘Well, we both need the extra credit, and Frau said she'd give anyone who participated fifteen extra points on the next project,’ answered Mindy dryly, smoothing out the pleats in the apron of her dirndl.
  • She got extra points for her bird bath, which is invaluable especially in winter for birds to keep their feathers clean and fluffy.
  • But they are less risky, and offer an extra point or so of yield over Treasurys.
  • Her last effort, about a Texan who killed his roommate after an argument over the decedent's foot odor, is noble indeed, and she even included the medical term bromidrosis, which surely earns her extra points. BC Bowl: "If you like oral sex, vote for me"
  • First of all, it's a shirtdress, which is 50 "Erin Must Buy" points right there without even totaling up the extra points for the stripes, the standup collar, and the raglan sleeves. September 2009
  • The extra point in football has become an afterthought, a rarely exciting element to the game. Christianity Today
  • Skaters score extra points for technical complexity.
  • Cornerstone got extra points for choosing the least pretentious moniker (it doesn't need to be called bouillabaisse to be delicious). Post-gazette.com - News
  • Bonus: The website is user-friendly and drool-worthy and gets extra points for using Avante Garde and Cooper Black Italic as its two main fonts.
  • In his only season on the Packers in 1974, Hall-of-Famer Ted Hendricks blocked three field goals, three punts, and one extra point.
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