scoreless

[ US /ˈskɔɹɫəs/ ]
[ UK /skˈɔːləs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having no points scores
    a scoreless inning
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How To Use scoreless In A Sentence

  • The film's quieter, scoreless moments are the ones that resonate most truthfully.
  • The scoreless, hot screams of someone in danger—we hear her character trying to escape, but with no dramatic music, no guidance—just pure terror.
  • There was good defending on both sides, and as a result of this and two hard-working goalies, the half finished scoreless.
  • They beat Newcastle United in a replay at Old Trafford after the first match between the two teams ended in a scoreless draw at Crystal Palace.
  • This stripped-down, scoreless film is a powerful drama that poses questions about what we owe our spouses and ourselves.
  • If that was the high point in the series, which Oregon leads 52-41-10, then the real clinker was the 1983 scoreless tie.
  • He completed 13 scoreless innings in his first World Series two years ago.
  • Johan Santana congratulates second baseman Ruben Tejada after he made the final putout to complete Santana's seven scoreless innings in Sunday's 3-0 win over the Braves. Mets Enjoy a Feel-Good Sunday
  • It is quite usual that a soccer game ends in a scoreless tie.
  • The match ended scoreless in normal time, but the team conceded a goal in the first period of extra time.
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