Bleachers



Usually, bleachers. a typically roofless section of inexpensive and unreserved seats in tiers, especially at an open-air athletic stadium.
a person or thing that bleaches.
a container, as a vat or tank, used in bleaching.
Contemporary Examples

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Are Beitar Jerusalem’s Racist Fans Ruining Israeli Soccer? Orly Halpern February 20, 2013
Confessions of an Extreme Yogi Benjamin Lorr December 30, 2012
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Historical Examples

The Young Pitcher Zane Grey
Rival Pitchers of Oakdale Morgan Scott
The Young Pitcher Zane Grey
Rippling Rhymes Walt Mason
Makers Cory Doctorow

plural noun
(sometimes sing) a tier of seats in a sports stadium, etc, that are unroofed and inexpensive
the people occupying such seats
n.

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