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game-change

or game change

[ geym-cheynj ]

noun

  1. a dramatic change in course, strategy, basic character, etc.:

    Her feelings for him have undergone a game-change.

  2. He was a game-change, and an asset to the company.



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Word History and Origins

Origin of game-change1

First recorded in 2000–05

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Example Sentences

And now, he's going to have even more cred among the win-the-morning-Game-Change crowd that sets the conventional wisdom.

Fox edged a bit closer to the center, and Palin began to seem more the Julianne Moore of Game Change than a political force.

Homeland, Game Change, and Modern Family win big—and Mad Men loses for the first time.

John Heilemann, who knows a game change when he sees it, rendered a damning verdict in New York: “Romney … badly missed the mark.”

With Game Change, did you ever hear back from the Palin or McCain camps on their reactions to the film?

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