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tourney
American English: /ˈtərni/
British English: /ˈtʊəni/
, /ˈtəːni/

noun plural -neys

  • tournament 2
    Example sentences
    • In the thunder of the hunt today we hear echoes of the joust, the tourney and the cavalry charge.
    • Comb alternative weeklies for details on festivals and concerts; pick up regional sports publications for the latest on athletic clubs and events like kickball tourneys and 10K's.
    • More than any other sporting event, the tourney serves as a life milestone - the same way certain smells or music always bring back memories of a time and a place or an awkward kiss with a graceful girl.

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