Thesaurus / rival
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No doubt the party indicated as the witch was very often another of the "good witches," perhaps a rival.
A HISTORY OF WITCHCRAFT IN ENGLAND FROM 1558 TO 1718WALLACE NOTESTEIN
No rival for me, That Other; but daughter-in-law—best gift a son can bring to his father's house.
FAR TO SEEKMAUD DIVER
This would be to degrade Him into the head of a rival sect, which it is convenient for state purposes to make supreme.
THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHNFREDERICK DENISON MAURICE
She always seemed to be fairly bursting with youthful energy, and no bird could rival her buoyancy.
The crime of the inhabitants of these impure "kips," was having spoken ill of Milady, their rival.
LIFE AND TIMES OF HER MAJESTY CAROLINE MATILDA, VOL. I (OF III)C. F. LACHELLES WRAXALL
With both it was “To do or die,” and each can feel that none, save his rival, can challenge supremacy in war-like exploit.
THE BATTLE OF ALLATOONA, OCTOBER 5TH, 1864WILLIAM LUDLOW
If a woman gives birth to a form of some kind, king against king,—his rival, will prevail.
Every available bit of African or Asiatic territory was claimed by one of the rival powers.
THE STORY OF MANKINDHENDRIK VAN LOON
They only see in the Mantchous a rival race, in possession of a prey which they themselves have never ceased to desire.
TRAVELS IN TARTARY, THIBET, AND CHINAEVARISTE REGIS HUC
The Northumbrians, as usual, were at strife among themselves, two rival kings fighting for the supremacy.
EARLY BRITAINGRANT ALLEN
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