The area or seats immediately outside an arena or ring, as at a prizefight.(noun)
A place providing a close view of a spectacle.(noun)
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Use "ringside" in a sentence
"When he was with the Yankees he had what he called a ringside seat to a similar play on Aug. 2, 1985."
"On chairs at the ringside were the reporters with tickers at their sides."
""You see, we had what you might call ringside seats, and I noticed that it didn't take you very long to come back with some mighty stiff projecting yourself.""