Definition of Athletes

1. Noun. (plural of athlete) ¹



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Definition of Athletes

1. athlete [n] - See also: athlete

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Athletes

athetosic
athetosis
athetotic
athiesm
athiest
athiests
athirst
athirst(p)
athleta
athletas
athlete
athlete's foot
athlete's girdle
athlete's girdles
athlete's heart
athletes (current term)
athletic
athletic competition
athletic contest
athletic facility
athletic field
athletic game
athletic heart
athletic injuries
athletic protector
athletic protectors
athletic sock
athletic supporters
athletic training

Literary usage of Athletes

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1906)
"The averages thus reached are drawn from 2030 grades for athletes and 9320 ... For the whole five years the average rank of all athletes in all studies was ..."

2. Working with Youth in High-Risk Environments: Experiences in Prevention edited by Carol E. Marcus, John D. Swisher (1996)
"The athletes Coaching Teens (ACT) program addressed the need for an AOD use ... One is the use of high-profile professional and amateur athletes to serve as ..."

3. The Metabolism and Energy Transformations of Healthy Man During Rest by Francis Gano Benedict, Thorne Martin Carpenter (1910)
"COMPARISON OF THE METABOLISM OF athletes AND NON-athletes. If the assumption is true that the proportion of active protoplasmic tissue present in the body ..."

4. A Biometric Study of Basal Metabolism in Man by James Arthur Harris, Francis Gano Benedict (1919)
"ILLUSTRATION D. METABOLISM OF athletes. As an example of the application of these equations, or tables, in the solution of a specific physiological problem, ..."

5. Anabolic Steroid Abuse by Geraline C. Lin (1996)
"The AS-use rate among athletes was greater for males (6.7 percent vs. ... However, the percent of intercollegiate athletes who reported AS use rose from 15 ..."

6. Athletics and Mathematics in Archaic Corinth: The Origins of the Greek Stadionby David Gilman Romano, ( by David Gilman Romano, ( (1993)
"38) aroui return towards the eastern enc om the break line toward the e there would have been a sin- h the athletes would turn and course in a single ..."

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