Origin of tryout
How to use tryout in a sentence
It'll only buzz during "coaching" sessions that users voluntarily try out to help them build a habit of good posture.Lumo Lift Vibrates You Into Better Posture|Gregory Ferenstein|August 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fashion icons still to this day use the sands to try out new styles.The Girl From Ipanema Is Not Alone: Rio’s Famous Beach Is A Rich, Cultural Kaleidoscope|Brandon Presser|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 1963, author George Plimpton attempted to try out for the Detroit Lions as a third-string quarterback.7 Great Football Flicks From Horse Feathers to Friday Night Lights|The Daily Beast|January 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You (or someone in your crew) will want to try out the ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center.The Untouristy Guide to the Holidays in New York|Condé Nast Traveler|December 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Be sure to try out several instructors before settling on one (or more) to frequent.Five Smarter Ways to Train Your Heart|DailyBurn|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I rather wanted to try out my theory to see if I had become an adept in dodging into the bedroom.My Wonderful Visit|Charlie Chaplin
"I've helped to 'try out' one hundred and fifty bar'ls from one whale," said the mincer.
They kept the date of the try-out to themselves until the last to prevent the Sans from fixing things for their freshman friends.
Wont you and Miss Harding please enter the lists again, when we have the new try-out?
Miss Reid determined, therefore, to resign, but without appointing a time for a new try-out.
British Dictionary definitions for tryout
Other Idioms and Phrases with tryout
Undergo a qualifying test, as for an athletic team. For example, I'm trying out for the basketball team. [Mid-1900s]
Test or use experimentally, as in They're trying out new diesels, or We're trying out this new margarine. [Late 1800s]