four-peat


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four-peat

 (fôr′pēt′)
n.
The fourth consecutive championship or first-place finish by a single participant in a sports tournament or similar competitive enterprise.

[four + (re)peat, on the model of three-peat.]
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Lassiter noted that the grind out nature Game 2 had is a perfect microcosm on how tough this duel is for the Beermen as they continue their quest for a four-peat.
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