[ UK /əfˈɪʃɪˌe‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ US /əˈfɪʃiˌeɪtɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of umpiring
    the officiating was excellent
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How To Use officiating In A Sentence

  • The pastors officiating at the funeral wore their purple stoles.
  • Those defenses were gassed is the only excuse I can think of for that second half ... even with the officiating guys were getting wide open all over, both qarterbacks very well protected and neither could stop the other. Sunday, Sunday
  • Fifa must also ditch their policy of having referees and linesmen from all over the world officiating in the World Cup as some imagined nod to the democratization of the world game.
  • When you've made your musical selection, do run it past the officiating registrar to make sure that it is acceptable.
  • As a member of the public, members of the Foochow community can really help in alleviating the chances for it to be committed," he told reporters when officiating a luncheon organised by the Sarawak and Sabah Foochow Association. A Seven Percent Rise In Crime Rate.
  • The officiating minister for the wedding was the chief cleric, who was dressed in his finest robes.
  • During the baptismal service the Satanic hosts, as originators of sin, vice, and maladies, were expelled by insufflation of the officiating clergyman, the sign of the cross, and the invocation of the Triune Deity. Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing
  • Soccer fans have long complained of shocking officiating by referees and linesmen, raising suspicions of match fixing.
  • They worked on everything from diet and tactics, to playing in heat and humidity and dealing with play-acting opponents or suspect officiating.
  • A pair of slipshod feet shuffled, hastily, across the bare floor of the room, as this interrogatory was put; and there issued, from a door on the right hand; first, a feeble candle: and next, the form of the same individual who has been heretofore described as labouring under the infirmity of speaking through his nose, and officiating as waiter at the public-house on Saffron Hill. Oliver Twist
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