Definition of Sports section
1. Noun. The section of a newspaper that reports on sports.
Group relationships: Newspaper, Paper
Generic synonyms: Section, Subdivision
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Literary usage of Sports section
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1. Kids And Media@the New Millennium: A Comprehensive National Analysis Of by Donald F. Roberts (1999)
"Slightly more boys than girls read national news, but the difference is not reliable. Substantially more boys than girls read the sports section. ..."
2. Authentic Reading Practice Grades 4-6 by Jo Ellen Moore (2001)
"The sports section is full of numbers! Students are using important reading ... When you examine a sports section for yourself, you will undoubtedly come up ..."
3. Retrospection, Political and Personal by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1912)
"... high or low, usually low, with sections emanating from brains warped by nature but with added disorganization for the purpose, a sports section; ..."
4. Retrospection, Political and Personal by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1912)
"... a sports section; a comic section, which eradicates in the youthful imagination whatever taste for art it might otherwise possess; a section of oafs 14 ..."
5. Changing the Fourth Estate: Essays on South African Journalism by Adrian Hadland (2005)
"It is here, in the sports section, that you will expose yourself to the most rigorous examination by your readership. Given people's passion for sport, ..."
6. Cruising The Eastern Caribbean by Laura Rapp (2004)
"The sports section lists phone numbers of hotels with tennis courts. The shopping section describes good buys and lists names and addresses of shopping ..."
7. A Bibliography of Physical Training by James Huff McCurdy, Jacob Titus Bowne (1905)
"Ethics of Boxing and Manly Sports, Section III., pp. 11-17. P231.1 Early Boxers and Rules. O'Reilly, John Boyle. Ethics of Boxing and Manly Sports, ..."