noun[often as modifier]
- 1The area immediately beside a boxing ring or circus ring: a ringside judgeMore 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.
- 1.1An advantageous position from which to observe or monitor something: having a ringside seat at the healthcare committee hearingsMore example sentences
- We're ringside here at the Republican National Convention at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
- Danny gets a ringside view of the bands.
- Now, after walking through 13 States in India and through four neighbouring nations, he has had a ringside view of the problems faced by the common man in all these nations.
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- 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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