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Definition of "scored" []

  • An evaluative, usually numerical, record of a competitive game or match (noun)
  • The total number of points made by a side or individual in a game or match (noun)
  • The act of scoring, esp a point or points (noun)
  • The result of a test or exam (noun)
  • A group or set of twenty (noun)
  • A great number; lots (noun)
  • The written or printed form of a composition in which the instrumental or vocal parts appear on separate staves vertically arranged on large pages (full score) or in a condensed version, usually for piano (short score) or voices and piano (vocal score) (noun)
  • The incidental music for a film or play (noun)
  • The songs, music, etc, for a stage or film musical (noun)
  • A mark or notch, esp one made in keeping a tally (noun)
  • An account of amounts due (noun)
  • An amount recorded as due (noun)
  • A reason or account (noun)
  • A grievance (noun)
  • A line marking a division or boundary (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • The victim of a theft or swindle (noun)
  • Notation indicating a dancer's moves (noun)
  • To gain (a point or points) in a game or contest (verb)
  • To make a total score of (verb)
  • To keep a record of the score (of) (verb)
  • To be worth (a certain amount) in a game (verb)
  • To evaluate (a test or exam) numerically; mark (verb)
  • To record by making notches in (verb)
  • To make (cuts, lines, etc) in or on (verb)
  • To obtain something desired, esp to purchase an illegal drug (verb)
  • (of a man) to be successful in seducing a person (verb)
  • To set or arrange (a piece of music) for specific instruments or voices (verb)
  • To write the music for (a film, play, etc) (verb)
  • To achieve (success or an advantage) (verb)
  • To criticize harshly; berate (verb)
  • To accumulate or keep a record of (a debt) (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of score. (verb)

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Use "scored" in a sentence
  • "Flacco threw a 22-yard pass to Demetrius Williams and the Titans received two personal foul penalties before Le'Ron McClain scored from the 1."
  • "Malkin scored from the right circle in the third after Crosby sent him in alone."
  • "Fedorov's shot from between the circles was deflected by Backstrom to the corner where Modin scored from a hard angle."