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Synonyms for game

Synonyms for game

Synonyms for game

animal hunted for food or sport

(tennis) a division of play during which one player serves

(games) the score at a particular point or the score needed to win

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the flesh of wild animals that is used for food

a secret scheme to do something (especially something underhand or illegal)

the game equipment needed in order to play a particular game

your occupation or line of work

frivolous or trifling behavior

disabled in the feet or legs

willing to face danger

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I think he's three or four years ahead of the game.
Writing in his programme notes ahead of the game, he said: "I will probably leave Sam to take the lead again on Tuesday because he's done all the planning and put things in place while I've been away.
Her talk was part of a regional heat of a new national competition called Ahead of the Game, which encourages girls to think like entrepreneurs by starting their own business.
I WEAR ordinary trainers, And don't care about their name, I wear my cap the wrong way round, I'm always ahead of the game.
Snowboarding is still the new skiing, and Burton is still ahead of the game.
In order to stay ahead of the game, Falcon Pacific had us install a state-of-the-art security system.
We're now even more competitive on price whilst keeping ahead of the game by offering full-service flights more frequently to more convenient airports.
Santa Clarita private pitching instructor Jim Wagner, a former pitcher at California State University, Northridge, and former police officer in Glendale, has his pupils prepared, healthy and ahead of the game before they even step on the mound.
Scandinavian and European countries are far ahead of the game.
Officers who will police the match at Highbury on February 1 have joined the League Managers' Association in urging both clubs to reduce tensions ahead of the game.
While No Child is a "one-size-fits-all" plan, which Deanes disagrees with, because every child's needs differ, Chicago is ahead of the game.