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boxing ring

noun
1.
an enclosed area for a boxing match, usually marked off in the form of a square by posts and ropes, and having a padded floor.
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  • Inevitably in practice he will fall at such speeds and take punishment as severe as that of the boxing ring.
  • Two boxers are whaling away at each other in a boxing ring.
  • They had constructed a boxing ring in the middle of the floor, but hanging above it was a giant disco ball.
  • In the center of the paper he's drawn a tiny boxing ring with two tiny stick figures.
  • They should include a boxing ring within the stadium for an awesome pre-game event.
  • Blacks stoned buses and cars, and an open-air boxing ring was set afire.
  • Inside, four gargantuan bouncers with arms crossed stand in the corners, forming an imaginary boxing ring.
  • He had invited them into the boxing ring, he told me, and they willingly went.
  • If no one wins, they move to the boxing ring where they try to punch each others' lights out during a three-minute round.
  • Chairs were arranged in neat rows around three sides of a portable boxing ring.

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