A person who plays fair, accepts both victory and defeat, and stays amiable: I just want to be a good sport and get along with people (1917+)
Though a vegan, Gordon was a good sport and, apparently, a good shot.
Her sixth husband, Morrow, declined the invitation, but she was a good sport about it.
Because everyone thought it was good sport to beat up on [the NYSE].
Speaking back in the Rose Garden after the vote, the president made it clear he was both a good sport, and looking for revenge.
Of course, these people feel the same way about horoscopes, but I tried to be a good sport about it.
I mean to say, I wanted to show the chaps some good sport and we started this beast and he got clean away.
It is about as good sport as trout-tickling, and much the same kind of business.
This game is good sport; it develops and requires skill, agility and strength.
If you know how to fish, and there is good sport, you never get tired of it.
For in the affairs of the heart most men like good sport and a run for their money.