Definition of ringside in English:

ringside

Line breaks: ring|side
Pronunciation: /ˈrɪŋsʌɪd
 
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noun

The area immediately beside a boxing ring or circus ring.
More example sentences
  • Even in his last days he was fully conscious of his approaching end, and thought of the famous ringside battles at which he had officiated.
  • As the ringside bell tolls, the boxing match gets underway sending Billy spiraling into revenge, desperation and bitter betrayal!
  • Championship gloves are closely inspected for thickness and weight, a ringside doctor is present at every title fight and an ambulance stands by containing clinical resuscitation, life-support and monitoring equipment.

adjective & adverb

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Beside a boxing ring or circus ring: [as adjective]: a ringside judge [as adverb]: Ed and I were seated ringside
More example sentences
  • There was nothing left to block his view of the park; he'd have ring side seats - at least for the opening act.
  • This is a blow-by-blow account of the fight from someone who had a ring-side seat.
  • Phillips, the only boxer to beat Kostya Tszyu, was ringside to see Witter breeze to his first European title defence.

Derivatives

ringsider

noun
More example sentences
  • It was a great fight and some ringsiders thought he did enough to win.
  • By almost all ringsider accounts the champion had been beaten that night.
  • He protested vehemently that he could keep fighting, and many ringsiders thought he would have beaten Lewis if the fight continued.

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