Definition for SCORE

SCORE, v.t.

  1. To notch; to cut and chip for the purpose of preparing for hewing; as, to score timber.
  2. To cut; to engrave. – Spenser.
  3. To mark by a line. – Sandys.
  4. To set down as a debt. Madam, I know when, / Instead of five, you scored me ten. – Swift.
  5. To set down or take as an account; to charge; as to score follies. – Dryden.
  6. To form a score in music. – Busby.

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