[ noun ] (sport) an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members
Used in print(The Sun, [Baltimore],...)
`` I think I can do a better job with the glove , now that I know the hitters around the league a_little better '' , he said .(The Dallas Morning News,...)
Rabb , the former Louisiana_State field_general , came_off the bench for his debut with the Bills Sunday and directed his new team to a 22 - 12 upset victory over the Houston_Oilers , defending league champions .(The New York Times,...)
The owners would_like each club in the fourteen team league to play a home and home series with teams in its division , plus two games against teams in the other division .
Pete_Rozelle , the league commissioner , pointed_out :
Nine of the league 's teams play in baseball parks and therefore face an early season conflict in dates .
[ noun ] (politics,geography) an association of states or organizations or individuals for common action
Used in print(John Cheever, "The Brigadier and the Golf Widow,"...)
Mrs._Hewlitt led the birthcontrol league , Mrs._Ryerson was arthritis , and way in the distance could be seen the slate_roof of Ethel_Littleton 's house , a roof that signified gout .
[ verb ] unite to form a league
Used in print(Charles Glicksberg, "Sex in Contemporary Literature"...)
They feel they are leagued against a hostile , persecutory world , faced with the concerted malevolent opposition of squares and their hirelings , the police .
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 14850