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  • (noun): An occasion for excessive eating or drinking.
    Synonyms: bust, tear, binge
    See also — Additional definitions below


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Jeff Stoudemire - Professional Career
... He turned pro in 1980 and lost his first bout to Mike Sacchetti.Saccehtti went on to fight four world champions ... After going three years undefeated, he lost his second bout in 1983, the year his first and only son JaJa Stoudemire was born ... SHOWTIME lost his last bout in 1984 and then decided to retire from the sport ...
... Pandit Motilal Nehru was in attendance during the wrestling bout in Paris ... Edmond Desbonnet’s account of the bout was given in his 1910 book, Les Rois de la Lutte ... the financial interests of those who bet on Kurtdereli, the bets on the bout were called off ...
Bout - Other
... "Bout" (song), a single by the British artist Jamelia A boxing match An episode of illness ...
Darling Jimenez - Professional Career
... Petroysan entered the bout with a record of 5-0 ... Green, who entered the bout with a record of 4-0-2, 4 KO’s, attempted to utilize his five inch reach advantage to box and frustrate Jimenez ... The referee halted the bout at the 47 mark of round three, immediately following the second knockdown of the round ...
Jan Everts Bout
... Jan Evertsz Bout (March 1601 or 1602, Barneveld, Gelderland – 1671 Gowanus 1671), was an early and prominent Dutch settler in the 17th century colonial province of New ... of Pavonia, a patroonship of Amsterdam businessman Micheal Pauw.Bout was the second of three superintendents for the patroonship ... It was at Bout's homestead that the Tappan and Wecquaesgeek had taken refuge, and was where they were attacked in 1643 in the incident known as the ...

More definitions of "bout":

  • (noun): A boxing match.
    Synonyms: fight
  • (noun): (sports) a period of play during which one team is on the offensive.
    Synonyms: turn, round

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    All writers are vain, selfish and lazy, and at the very bottom of their motives lies a mystery. Writing a book is a long, exhausting struggle, like a long bout of some painful illness. One would never undertake such a thing if one were not driven by some demon whom one can neither resist nor understand.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)