duel[ doo-uh l, dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF duel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUEL
We not only have no right to endanger another's life by a duel, but we have no right to endanger our own.
It was simply a question of days, this duel as to which should go off first.
The ledge was covered with fine sand, as if on purpose for a duel.
I remember that during the night preceding the duel I did not sleep a single moment.
Meanwhile the duel between the Gneisenau and Inflexible had been going on.
In the winter, for being second in a duel, he was sent to the Bastille.
The count was spinning a pigeon English yarn of how he'd fought a duel with rapiers.
You remember the duel that was fought in consequence, Monsieur de Lesperon?
If there were no way even now of avoiding this duel, at least it must remain secret.
But on his side also he entered upon the duel with all caution and wariness.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DUEL
- battle royal
- sparring match
- bandy with
- bear arms
- brush with
- carry on war
- cross swords
- do battle
- exchange blows
- flare up
- go to war
- mix it up
- ply weapons
- take all comers
- take the field
- take up the gauntlet
- wage war