For his tryout, he performed a bit about the three types of people you always see on Law and Order.
But please be advised by me and let me give you the tryout first when I am sure you are ready for it.
If he was to be poisoned, it likely would be done shortly before the tryout.
Thus he grudgingly gave us a chance for a tryout; and he was surprised indeed.
Janet chuckled over the lines she was to read in the tryout.
The morning passed in a whirl of routine classes, but Janet found time to study her tryout sheets for several minutes.
So there you are, my son—within ten days of the tryout and nobody on hand to play dear old grandfather for you!
We had planned to have a tryout some day this week, after school.
After three weeks' tryout he shapes up as some grand little great-uncle, take it from me!
Men from every important college in the country competed in the tryout.
also try-out, by 1900, from phrase to try out "to examine, test," attested by 1785.