Pronunciation of Score
/skˈɔː/, /skˈɔː/, /s_k_ˈɔː/

Usage examples for score

  1. When we come to ten we will score. – The Blunderer by Moliere
  2. He was young then; indeed, he is young now, though about half a score of years older than he was at that time. – The Sand-Hills of Jutland by Hans Christian Andersen
  3. He knew his companions only as a man can know friends with whom he has lived for nearly a score of years. – Hopalong Cassidy by Clarence E. Mulford

Idioms for score

  1. know the score
  2. settle an ( old) score
  3. earn/ get/ score brownie points;
  4. score points;
  5. have a score to settle ( with sm);

Quotes for score

  1. We got guys who can score. Everybody knows guys can score.
  2. If winning isn't everything, why do they keep score?
  3. I feel that every time I get the ball at the moment I am going to score.
  4. I can score 20 points if I want to, but that's not my desire.
  5. I used to care more about the score than I do now.

Rhymes for score