track meet

  1. a track and field competition between two or more teams
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How To Use track meet In A Sentence

  • The "First Dude," as she calls the hunky Eskimo in the East Wing, waits on his snowmobile with the kids - Track (named after high school track meets), Bristol (after Bristol Bay where they did commercial fishing), Willow (after a community in Alaska), Piper REDONDOWRITER'S SACRED ORDINARY
  • Syrians also enjoying swimming, tennis, track meets, and ping-pong tournaments.
  • As an 18 year-old high school student, a picture taken at a track meet in New York showed the olive-toned, lissome athlete in a white tank top and black shorts.
  • an intermural track meet
  • The poor footing provided by the metal and the heat radiated by it should discourage the varmints from using your roof for their track meets.
  • Saturday mornings alternated between dress parade and inter-squadron track meets.
  • Tomorrow was the track meet and her date, so she was a little excited.
  • Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association of the Middle Atlantic States under whose auspices track meets and basket ball were first introduced into the capital of the nation. The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917
  • I had my last track meet last Thursday so I'm completely free for b-ball.
  • Number three on the sporting calendar was last Friday's primary school track meet.
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