[ UK /tˈɛnpɪnz/ ]
  1. bowling down an alley at a target of ten wooden pins
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How To Use tenpins In A Sentence

  • The sport with the highest profile is tenpins.
  • They could not bowl a full tenpins game during their lunch hours.
  • It's hard to see 20 wickets falling like tenpins.
  • He fooled around with plenty of other sports before settling on tenpins as his livelihood.
  • I steamed towards my tenpins like a rocket.
  • Canada setting up its own bowling association can only help the sport of tenpins.
  • Bowling is not just a game of tenpins but an occasion for conversation.
  • Bowling (your choice of tenpins or traditional New England-style candlepins), bumper cars and arcade games, pinball and Bingo are just a few of the possibilities. Undefined
  • Five-pin bowling has been popular longer than tenpins has in Canada.
  • It could be argued that tenpins runs in his veins.
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