Definition of Scorekeeper

1. Noun. An official who records the score during the progress of a game.

Exact synonyms: Scorer
Generic synonyms: Official
Derivative terms: Score



Definition of Scorekeeper

1. Noun. Someone who keeps track of the score at a sporting event or other contest. ¹

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Definition of Scorekeeper

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scorekeeper

score paper
score sheet
score sheets
score string
score strings
scoreboard
scoreboards
scorebook
scorebooks
scorebox
scoreboxes
scorecard
scorecards
scored
scored off
scorekeeper (current term)
scorekeepers
scorekeeping
scoreless
scorelessly
scoreline
scorelines
scorepad
scorepads
scorer
scorers
scores
scores off
scoresheet
scoresheets

Literary usage of Scorekeeper

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Boy Scouts' Year Book by Boy Scouts of America (1917)
"And the scorekeeper said, "Maybe that happened when I was around the corner buying ... And the scorekeeper said he thought he'd let somebody else keep score ..."

2. The Mary Dawson game book: a manual of original games and guessing contests by Mary Dawson (1916)
"When each player has found one or more letters they are brought to the scorekeeper, who credits them opposite the name of the person who found them, ..."

3. Socratic Circles: Fostering Critical And Creative Thinking In Middle And by Matt Copeland (2005)
"Likewise, if the teacher engages in the role of note taker, scorekeeper, or mapmaker, this information can also be shared during the reflection and feedback ..."

4. Democracy, Decentralisation and Deficits in Latin America by Kiichiro Fukasaku, Ricardo Hausmann (1998)
"Second, it is necessary to have an autonomous scorekeeper but the problem is how to ... What needs to be done is to give the scorekeeper an objective, ..."

5. Tolstoy the Man by Edward Alfred Steiner (1903)
"The Notebook of a scorekeeper " is one of the keenest criticisms which he has written, of the life around him: aside from its artistic merit, it ought to be ..."

6. Auction Developments by Milton C. Work (1913)
"The objection to this is that an error is difficult to discover, and whenever feasible it is well to have a general scorekeeper to whom all the score- ..."

7. Efficiency Arithmetic by Charles Ernest Chadsey, James Hamblin Smith (1920)
"If he can give the product of 9X3, the scorekeeper puts down the product, 27, ... If he rings the 9 next, he says 81 and the scorekeeper enters that under ..."

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