notched notched  /ˈnɑtʃt/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) notched like a saw with teeth pointing toward the apex
  2. (adj) having an irregularly notched or toothed margin as though gnawed

Usage(s):

  1. Gay-marriage supporters have notched some victories, most notably in 2003, when the Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled that gays had equal marriage rights.
  2. The Sox notched a league-best 99 victories and held first place from opening day.
  3. She faced her first bull at 13 and notched more than 750 kills during a storied career.

News

  1. Court sides with Del Webb, Pulte over Sun City residents

    COLUMBIA - Del Webb Communities and Pulte Homes have notched a victory in the S.C. Court of Appeals over Sun City property owners.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Savannah Morning News

  2. Tribe Beats Nationals, 2-1

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Indians notched their third win in a row on Friday night before a crowd of...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: FOX 8 Cleveland

  3. NBA AM: Three-Game Showdown for Finals

    The NBA Finals are notched at 2-2 and are anyone's series heading into Game 5 ... Jason Kidd back to "rookie" status?
    on June 14, 2013     Source: HoopsWorld

Quotes

  1. "There aren't many things that you do in life that you're the only person ever to have done it, so with that in mind it would be nice to have the ball that notched that hundred," Gilchrist said. "It's not a milestone you ever set out to...
    on Nov 17, 2007 By: Adam Gilchrist Source: Bangkok Post

  2. "There is a lot more cricket in Tendulkar. He still looks so boyish. It's is a bit scary to notice how many hundreds he has notched up in Test cricket and not to mention those one-day hundreds. He's just a credit to cricket. I know he has been...
    on Jul 29, 2007 By: Allan Donald Source: Hindu

  3. "We've notched up seven consecutive victories but we all have experience that shows that it could come to a halt tomorrow," said Racing captain Lionel Nallet.
    on Dec 2, 2009 By: Lionel Nallet Source: AFP

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