A person who plays fair, accepts both victory and defeat, and stays amiable: I just want to be a good sport and get along with people (1917+)
Though a vegan, Gordon was a good sport and, apparently, a good shot.
Her sixth husband, Morrow, declined the invitation, but she was a good sport about it.
Because everyone thought it was good sport to beat up on [the NYSE].
Speaking back in the Rose Garden after the vote, the president made it clear he was both a good sport, and looking for revenge.
Of course, these people feel the same way about horoscopes, but I tried to be a good sport about it.
I mean to say, I wanted to show the chaps some good sport and we started this beast and he got clean away.
No one who was not a good sport could have grinned as Rawson did at his own predicament.
This game is good sport; it develops and requires skill, agility and strength.
And in Kansas City I was too busy trying to be a good sport.
For in the affairs of the heart most men like good sport and a run for their money.