Words nearby gridiron
How to use gridiron in a sentence
Saint Lawrence, burned over an iron grill, stands with a gridiron.Jan. 6 Has Given The Right Hundreds Of New Martyrs|Kaleigh Rogers|September 22, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Defensive chairs have a protruding bumper specifically designed to “hook” and hold an attacker, just as you might tackle or block in conventional rugby or on a gridiron.Para-Athletes Use Some of the Most Innovative Gear We’ve Seen|agintzler|September 10, 2021|Outside Online
Even the fact that he is taking over a downtrodden program only gives Kelley another chance to upend traditional notions of how things normally proceed on the gridiron.
That may be how the Tide’s season ends, but for now, Oats and his players have dreams of a national championship, just like their gridiron brethren.
Shortly after capping its best season in program history on the gridiron, Alabama is in the midst of its best season in program history on the hardwood.
This opponent is like no other Rodgers has to face on the gridiron.Aaron Rodgers Takes Aim at Congo’s ‘Blood Minerals’ War|John Prendergast|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Back then, every single newspaper, website, and news show (even the fake news shows) was awash in gridiron scandal.
The senator, a college gridiron star, has a coldly Machiavellian widow.Better Than Fiction: The Rise, Fall, And Return of Webb Hubbell|Lloyd Grove|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Doing well at the Gridiron is a rite of passage that not everybody survives.
How an economist views the game and the evidence from XLVII years on the gridiron.Want a Super Bowl Boost for the Economy? Root for Seattle.|Mark Lieberman|February 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So saying he proceeded to place the red herrings on a gridiron, as if he were the recognised cook of the establishment.Hunted and Harried|R.M. Ballantyne
The bourgeois of Nantes turned around sharply and saw the heaped-up combustibles under the gridiron beginning to take fire.
The corpse of Bezenecq the Rich was chained to the gridiron above the dying embers of the coal fire.
Approaching Isoline, he struck against the gridiron, where lay the corpse of the bourgeois of Nantes.
The unhappy Coquerico stripped of all his feathers, the soldier took him and laid him on the gridiron.Laboulaye's Fairy Book|Various
British Dictionary definitions for gridiron
- the field of play in American football
- an informal name for American football
- (as modifier)a gridiron hero