training table









training table


training table ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a table in a dining hall, as at a college, where athletes are provided with special meals to aid their conditioning.

Origin of training table First recorded in 1890–95 Examples from the Web for training table Historical Examples of training table

  • There is, in consequence, practically no sociability in rowing until the crews are selected and sent to the training-table.

    An American at Oxford

    John Corbin

  • His note made mention of something that happened this morning at training-table.

    Weatherby’s Inning

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • The next morning Jack dressed himself under mild excitement at the thought of making his appearance at the training-table.

    Weatherby’s Inning

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • Anthony had washed up his supper dishes and Jack had just strolled back from dinner at the training-table.

    Weatherby’s Inning

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • The training-table was started, and including Coach Boutelle was made up of sixteen members.

    Left Tackle Thayer

    Ralph Henry Barbour

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