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Definition of "scorekeeping" [scorekeeping]

  • The keeping of score. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "scorekeeping" in a sentence
  • "Typical Budget "scorekeeping" is hampered by a number of arbitrary rules, which tend to cause magical drops in spending and increases in revenues."
  • "Investigators, who are trying to decipher what appear to be "scorekeeping" logs, have appealed to the public for help in putting together a timeline of Schwartzmiller's travels."
  • "Until now, Hoffmann has been best known as the commanding officer whose obsession with body counts and "scorekeeping" may have provoked the February 1969 massacre of Vietnamese civilians at Thanh Phong by a unit led by Bob Kerrey -- the Medal of Honor winner who lost a leg in Nam, became a U.S. senator from Nebraska and now sits on the 9/11 commission."