The total number of points earned by a participant in a game. (noun)
To earnpoints in a game. (verb)
Examples of word score
Here is hoping for an improvement in score from a ‘D’ to at least a ‘B’ (or ‘B+’) when you next put ‘pen to paper’.
The piano and violin score is haunting and reminiscent of The Nines.
To be honest Madge is pretty awful in almost every movie role she chooses Evita was a musical performance above anything else, but Die Another Day bears special mention for both her equally dogawful contribution to the title score, and hopelessly flimsy cameo appearance as a lesbian fencing instructor who jabs "I don't like cockfights".
"It doesn't matter what the score is after 3, 4, 5, there's still a lot of game left," Jeter said.
Lot of dust flying but in the end the score is the same.
And the score is a hodgepodge of dreamy ballads, folk and patriotic song parodies and dense bits of sprechstimme, or speak-singing.
Personally, I really think that this score is awesome.
The facetious response would have involved the word "score".
If this score is as good – or, dare I say, better – than the NM score, I shall be one happy girl!