And if horse racing endures and survives, it will be the result of an overdue focus on the august animal that defines the pastime.
Let it be a hobby, a pastime, a social thing—like it used to be, like it always was.
Cooking up scientific explanations of the plagues has been a pastime for years.
People like to brag about their connections in D.C. It's a pastime for some.
Perhaps it is because hating rich people has become the latest American pastime.
The noble Siegfried's pastime / it was beyond all measure good.
The wooing on Shakespeare's side was nothing but pastime, though it led to marriage.
As to botany, he cherished it with a deep and ingenuous passion, and not as a pastime.
Mr. Dowling should have found other forms of exercise and pastime.
The children had become experts at the pastime through other parties innumerable.