round robin

  1. a letter signed by a number of people
  2. a tournament in which every contestant plays every other contestant
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How To Use round robin In A Sentence

  • Remember sleepovers and campouts where you'd sit around a fire and tell scary stories in a Round Robin?
  • Everyone wants to win the round robin: four teams of five once a week. Times, Sunday Times
  • The last event was the traditional tug-of-war, in which a round robin knockout decided the winner.
  • `Miss Doyle, those who sign such a thing- a round robin - mean to make dangerous trouble. STONE THE CROWS, IT'S A VACUUM-CLEANER
  • Israel sent a formidable team that racked up a massive 22-point average in the Round Robin, then steamrollered strong sides from Sweden and France in the semi-final and final respectively. The greatest kibitzer of all time
  • As well as the endless boasting, some round robin writers subject you to endless moaning.
  • For me, a round robin just doesn't work. The Sun
  • Diversion across the Fairfax bridge takes the driver into some of the scuzziest parts of KCK, and another alternative to I-635, I-435, is a long run around Robin Hood's barn. Sending the next wave
  • On Friday afternoon the First XV left for their vital Round Robin match against Seapoint in Dublin and overnighter in The Red Cow Hotel.
  • Axelrod's 14 - player Prisoner's Dilemma round robin tournament was played on a computer.
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