winless

All Adjective Adverb Noun
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  • His first season there, he was building the program and went winless in football.
  • Alabama opened the season by going winless over their first five games.
  • However, the team went winless in those five matches, losing three and drawing the other two.
  • United finished the season in fourth place, recovering well after an eight-match winless start.
  • They broke the record for most winless games since the start of an A-League season.
  • There he turned around a winless year into two district championships and one second-place statewide.
  • This would leave the team with their first winless season ever, even though there were some strong performances over the year.
  • Their title triumph came despite a record losing and winless away run in the middle of the season.
  • The club started their league season with a six-match winless streak.
  • However, in their first season they also went winless.
  • In their first season, the team posted a winless record, losing all nine of their matches.
  • The week after that, they nearly beat Ball State who was also winless at the time.
  • Eastern finished the season without a win, their first winless season since 1981.
  • After going winless in conference during his first season, Miles' teams improved gradually in the following years.
  • Despite going winless in 2002, he moved up to fourth place in points.
  • This was the seventh time, and second consecutive year, the school ended the season winless.
  • With five games remaining the Highlanders finished winless in their last eight games to finish fourth.
  • The win would be the first of a four game win streak after starting the season winless in the first six games.
  • UP finished the season winless, and had their 18th consecutive loss, including games from the previous season.
  • He and the entire staff were let go after the winless 2008 season.
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