- n an outdoor grandstand without a roof; patrons are exposed to the sun as linens are when they are bleached
- n a worker who bleaches (cloth or flour etc.)
- The bleachers suddenly rumbled under thousands of feet; folding chairs clattered and banged.
- This comix novella will appeal to bearded humanities professors and beer-ded guys in the bleachers alike.
- When Mom and Dad are standing in the school bleachers, cheering the baseball team while e-mailing their marketing team, are they at work or at play?.
- Bob Feller in USA Today
I was not much in awe,said Feller, the oldest living Hall player at 89. "I had good stuff that day. I threw that overhand high fastball out of the bleachers. We figured the National League hitters hadn't seen it."
- Dontrelle Willis in SI.com
You saw the jets flying over and the little red, white and blue banners on the bleachers and things like that,Willis said. "It was pretty cool just to be a part of it. Everything's a little bit different on opening day. The lineup card's a...
- Gilbert Arenas in SI.com
After USA, I just beat my body up,Arenas said. "I was lifting really hard, and I was coming in here shooting thousands of shots, running the bleachers, riding my bike. I was trying to cram everything in."