• WordNet 3.6
    • n scoreboard a large board for displaying the score of a contest (and some other information)
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In literature:

Make a scoreboard on the blackboard, indicating each row by a number of letter.
"My Book of Indoor Games" by Clarence Squareman
The scoreboard read: eight minutes to play.
"Interference and Other Football Stories" by Harold M. Sherman
He glanced at the clock above the scoreboard, saw that it was scarcely ten o'clock.
"The Ambassador" by Samuel Kimball Merwin
And the scoreboard at the farther end!
"The Turner Twins" by Ralph Henry Barbour
The scoreboard proclaimed Den 1 the victor by a total of 25 to 20.
"Dan Carter and the River Camp" by Mildred A. Wirt

In news:

Thankfully, the only thing that fans really have to worry about is what's on the scoreboard.
The scoreboard reads that the Bengals won convincingly.
USC's quarterback guarantees a Trojan win, but Notre Dame is letting the scoreboard do the talking.
Athletic director Mike Bohn looks up at the scoreboard after the end of the first overtime during a CU men's basketball game against Texas Southern on Tuesday.
It's Luke Guthrie 's World (Local Scoreboard for June 7th).
KHQA It's Luke Guthrie 's World (Local Scoreboard for June 7th).
Hard to Handle (Local Scoreboard for May 22nd).
Just prior to the state elections of 2011, I wrote a column to discuss using a scoreboard to judge how well our state leadership has done during a particular term in office.
Conditions at Orange County Airport, VA. High School Scoreboard.
Raiders put up big numbers on stat sheet and scoreboard by putting the ball in the air.
Week 13 Hot Dog Tony's Scoreboard Nov 10.
Idol Threat (Local Scoreboard for September 26th).
Reel- ing in the Deep (Local Scoreboard for January 24th).
Sharing the Wealth (Local Scoreboard for January 29th).
No Average Joe (Scoreboard for April 10th).