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score·less

 (skôr′lĭs)
adj.
1. Having no points scored; having a score of zero: At the end of the first quarter, the game was scoreless.
2. Having scored no points: The opponent's strong defense managed to hold the star player scoreless throughout the first half of the game.

scoreless

(ˈskɔːləs)
adj
(General Sporting Terms) (of a game of football, baseball, and some other sports) in which neither team has scored any goals or points
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.scoreless - having no points scores; "a scoreless inning"
unsuccessful - not successful; having failed or having an unfavorable outcome
Translations

scoreless

[ˈskɔːlɪs] ADJ scoreless drawempate m a cero

scoreless

[ˈskɔːrləs] adj [game] → qui s'est terminé sur un score vierge; [draw, tie] → zéro à zéro
Norway held Holland to a scoreless draw
BUT La Norvège a obtenu un nul 0-0 contre la Hollande.
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THE points were shared at the Talbot Athletic Ground after a remarkable Foster's Challenge Cup Pool B clash ended scoreless.
There is probably nothing in high school football that spells drudgery like a scoreless tie.
This was a quiet week for Egyptian football with matches for powerhouses Al-Ahly and Zamalek postponed and several other fixtures seeing scoreless draws.
Pitcher John Hussey threw five scoreless innings, Dustin Gibbs threw four scoreless innings and Jeremy McBryde tossed three scoreless innings in Spokane.
Word of the Lions' lead quickly surfaced a few miles north on the Ventura Freeway to Wildwood Park, where Oak Park was locked in a scoreless battle with the Regents.
Mulcahy was seen as the weak link in the Rebels full back line but produced a superb performance, holding Carey scoreless.
Kanekoa Texeira worked around a pair of two-out singles in a scoreless fifth inning, which followed his scoreless inning in Friday's 15-3 thumping of the Giants.
The former Long Beach State star pitched seven scoreless innings to win his 10th game, and Francisco Rodriguez pitched a perfect ninth to extend his scoreless streak to 25 1/3 innings as the Angels blanked the Orioles 1-0 in front of 38,217 at Angel Stadium.
His final line wasn't great -- four runs on seven hits -- but he struck out a season-high eight batters and held the Nationals scoreless over his final three innings.
Lackey's scoreless streak was snapped at 30 2/3 innings and Paul Byrd came back to beat his former teammates as the Cleveland Indians defeated the Angels 6-4 in front of 43,744 at Angel Stadium.