competitor[ kuh m-pet-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF competitor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPETITOR
Soon afterward she married her competitor, who appointed her his assistant.
But, indeed, what is there he could not talk equal to any competitor?
You thought you were making a customer; what you made was a competitor.
My competitor never told you that he got wounded endurin' the war.
The rector proved himself a competitor worthy of the minister's mettle.
His competitor was Bailly, over whom he had a majority of one.
As yet Kearney had not looked upon his competitor, and was even ignorant of his name.
For it was a man he feared, or suspected, as his competitor for the affections of the Condesa.
He entered as a competitor for the prize in races and games of every kind.
What chance had the unknown workman of Killingworth with so distinguished a competitor?