- sport utility vehicle,
- sport-utility vehicle,
- sporting blood,
- sporting chance,
- sporting chance, a,
- sporting dog,
- sporting house
Origin of sporting
Examples from the Web for unsporting
"Too unsporting," growled the beefy squire, his pale eyes squinting with strain.The Buttoned Sky|Geoff St. Reynard
It was unsporting, however, to go in confident of defeat, so she meant to do her best.The Luckiest Girl in the School|Angela Brazil
It was excusable, if unsporting, for the scout to bite the thumb of his nearest assailant—and a good thorough bite it was.
It seemed to him that he had taken a rather mean and unsporting line, nor did he believe for a moment that he was honest.The Grey Room|Eden Phillpotts
"characterized by conduct constant with that of a sportsman," 1799 (e.g. sporting chance, 1897), from present participle of sport (v.).