compete[ kuhm-peet ]SEE DEFINITION OF compete
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPETE
In certain elements of grandeur none other can compete with it.
M. Provost, my professor, had not wanted me to compete in Zare, but I had insisted.
So the most attractive women will compete for your preferment.
In this research you will compete with some of the most distinguished chemists in Berlin.
He reasoned with himself, telling himself that human flesh cannot compete with steel.
It's degrading to compete with them … it's as degrading to compete for them.
Well, but we've got to compete with Germans, and Swiss, and Americans—and we've got to win.
And all because they compete for the cents of Irish-American slaveys and bootblacks.
What souvenir of a great man can compete with the knocker of his door?
No,” he replied, “he refuses to compete with Bill Lightfoot at any price.