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Sentence count:69Posted:2016-12-13Updated:2016-12-13
Similar words: allegationnegationdelegaterelationlitigationmitigationobligationlegislationMeaning: [‚relɪ'geɪʃn]  n. 1. authorizing subordinates to make certain decisions 2. the act of assigning (someone or something) to a particular class or category 3. mild banishment; consignment to an inferior position. 
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1 The club is facing the real possibility of relegation.
2 Southampton face relegation if they lose again.
3 Relegation to the Third Division would prove catastrophic.
4 The team finds itself in the relegation zone after a run of poor results.
5 Our team is a prime candidate for relegation this year.
6 The prospect of relegation is a comedown for a club that finished second two seasons ago.
7 Monograph relegation based on date labels is highly suspect.
8 In 1924 they narrowly missed relegation.
9 The League clubs found the idea of relegation to what was in effect the Southern League too terrible to contemplate.
10 Other promotion and relegation issues are pending and will hinge on further liaison committee meetings as well as certain leagues' annual meetings.
11 They are treading unfamiliar ground in the relegation zone and have failed to keep a clean sheet this season.
12 United were within thirty minutes of possible relegation ... then Joey Beachamp made up for all his earlier misses.
13 Meanwhile Hereford's great escape from the relegation zone is going to plan - four games now without defeat.
14 Last season's away form led to flirting with relegation and we went perilously close.
15 Still(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] relegation came as quite a shock to the system.
16 Only 4 points between them and the dreaded relegation zone.
17 The last time these two met, Ipswich won 2-0 and sent Norwich hurtling towards relegation.
18 Sunderland again rose to the occasion against better opposition and just about deserved to get the points to ease their relegation worries considerably.
19 Not only do I find this displeasing on the eye but I feel it contributed significantly to our eventual relegation.
20 Nottingham also dreamt of achieving a miraculous escape from relegation.
21 A victory for Taunton would enable them to return to the National League after relegation last year.
22 Gate income won't exactly increase either over the remainder of what appears to be a relegation season.
23 Ben Crawley got the only try as Saracens beat relegation favourites Rugby 14-6.
24 Oxford began the night teetering on the brink of the relegation zone and pulse rates soared as early as the second minute.
25 More pressing political problems would doubtless have necessitated the relegation of such matters to a secondary role.
26 Gilder's literature survey contains a useful summary of information on the costs of relegation and various types of storage.
27 A dejected Hammam is prepared for the worst - sacrificing Premier League status and possibly even suffering successive seasons of relegation.
28 I always thought he was largely to blame for the relegation in 1982.
29 Video-Taped report follows Voice over Oxford's uphill battle against relegation continues tomorrow at Barnsley.
30 With only three games to save themselves, Coventry are staring relegation in the face.
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