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Definition of "yardage" []

  • An amount or length measured in yards. (noun)
  • Cloth sold by the yard. (noun)
  • The use of a livestock yard at a station in transporting cattle by railroad. (noun)
  • A fee paid for such usage. (noun)
  • A length measured in yards (noun)

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Use "yardage" in a sentence
  • "You will soon get use these settings and will be able to tell if the yardage is a little less or greater."
  • "This season, Rams tight ends caught most of their passes in short yardage, which is part of their job."
  • "No Redskins player disrespects Blache's '09 defensive scheme, especially since, in yardage stats, it's still far ahead of this year's crew."