[ US /ˈskɔɹˌkipɝ/ ]
[ UK /skˈɔːkiːpɐ/ ]
  1. an official who records the score during the progress of a game
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How To Use scorekeeper In A Sentence

  • On July 16th Douglas Elmendorf, Congress's chief budget scorekeeper, stunned Washington when he said the bill would not only fail to tame health-care costs, but would permanently shift them higher.
  • She also thanked the secretary, treasurer, scorekeeper, tournament director and committee members and said she had enjoyed her year in office.
  • In this case if you believe the scorekeepers, the recession ended at the end of 2001.
  • As they left, some Indiana fans ran towards the scorer’s table and called the scorekeeper and clock operator cheaters. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inside Basketball
  • Select one player to be the scorekeeper, who creates a scoresheet by drawing a long column for each player and gives each player a starting score of $6.
  • Like pitchers of today, it seems as if so very few scorekeepers finish what they start.
  • And scorekeepers - like bestseller lists and cash register displays - are the barometer they use to determine whether a new idea is safe yet.
  • For example, if hemophilia prevents your child from participating in a contact sport, he or she can still be a part of the team as the scorekeeper or assistant manager.
  • The scorekeeper chalked up one more point for the home team.
  • I was the scorekeeper because I hate that stupid game.
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