- s exhibiting or calling for sportsmanship or fair play
- s (used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display
- s appropriate for sport or engagement in a sport
- Unassuming, single, shortish, Tomlin grew up in a sporty, churchgoing family in Grand Saline, Texas, where he and his two brothers used to play music in the annual Salt Festival.
- When I set out to test Sony's Cyber-shot U60, a sporty 2-megapixel fun cam, one of the first things I did was hold it under a running faucet and start shooting.
- Engine: sporty or fuel conserving?) Eliminating all the mechanical controls frees up the space where an engine would normally reside; in the Hy-wire prototype you can see straight .
- Arlene Phillips in Telegraph.co.uk
After the first dance, Judge Arlene Phillips told her: "This dance needs a sporty delivery and sometimes you got that and you looked like you were on the dance floor and other times you looked like you were on the football field. When you were doing...
- Ryan Crocker in FOX News
And we all feel very deeply about what we're trying to get done. So, yeah, sometimes there are sporty exchanges. And believe me, I've had my share of them. That in no way means, in my view, strained relations,Crocker said. "Wrestling with...
- Peter Horbury in di-ve.com
Many of the customers who had an advance look at the new V60 during the development process feel that its attitude is at least as sporty as that of the all-new S60,says Volvo Cars design director Peter Horbury.