[ UK /ɹˈʌɡbi/ ]
[ US /ˈɹəɡbi/ ]
  1. a form of football played with an oval ball
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How To Use rugby In A Sentence

  • It will also host the handball final and semifinals, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball. Times, Sunday Times
  • An eye-catching floral tribute to England rugby star Jonny Wilkinson helped Doncaster to shine in this year's Yorkshire in Bloom competition.
  • Professional rugby is a hard way to earn a crust - and an uncertain one.
  • Kipling's low opinion of English rugby has rarely seemed more apposite. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is no mid-season transfer window in rugby. Times, Sunday Times
  • The story - probably apocryphal - is that William Webb Ellis at Rugby School in the nineteenth century picked up the ball during a soccer match and ran with it, inventing rugby.
  • In team sports such as wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball, your classification gives you points. The Sun
  • I found the final rather involving, which given that rugby is in essence a game of catch taken extremely seriously is not bad going at all.
  • There is an opportunity for rugby league to grab national attention over the coming four weeks. Times, Sunday Times
  • This makes him the most important coach in Scottish rugby bar one.
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