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Noun(1) (sports(2) a period of illness(3) a contest or fight (especially between boxers or wrestlers(4) an occasion for excessive eating or drinking
(1) We were larking around with a bout of on-street wrestling when I noticed a pile of rotten vegetables on a deserted stall.(2) Kevin, who is recuperating after a bout of illness, is well on the road to a full recovery and back active in Irish-American circles once again.(3) His readmission prompted a severe bout of post-operative depression - which doctors had told him to expect - but he didn't expect it to hit him so hard.(4) The reports contradict the official word from the Vatican, where spokesmen have maintained the frail Pope suffered a bout of the flu.(5) This five-string instrument has a violin string length but also has an extended lower bout and deep ribs for a more viola-like tone.(6) He was forced to take a couple of punches in the first few seconds of the bout , but he fought back and was well on top at the end of the opening round.(7) In the evening, a boxing bout at the MEN Arena could attract a crowd of 15,000.(8) The sad truth is that one in five of us will suffer from a bout of severe depressive illness and many more will dip in and out of milder depressions.(9) But it is not permitted to use serious tricks when the wrestling bout is between friends.(10) Roth has been quiet ever since, prompting some to suggest that he had been suffering from a severe bout of writers' block.(11) a drinking bout(12) Some models give you a removable upper bout emulator.(13) When he got back to wrestling, the bout got a lot better.(14) I was engulfed in a bout of intense work, which perhaps the etching registered.(15) But that's enough of that lest I be accused of a bout of Short Man's Syndrome or some such.(16) At the end of the bout , which I lost, the fans chanted ├ö├ç├┐Please come back,├ö├ç├û and I was genuinely moved by that.
1. attack ::
2. contest ::
3. binge ::
4. turn ::
Different Formsbout, bouts
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