Antonyms for rivalled

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And he laughed with a cackle a demon could not have rivalled.

For all the grandeur of their names they rivalled one another in incompetency and timidity.

Their passionate devotion to their faith is only rivalled by their passionate devotion to the Motherland.

Fox and Burke and Pitt rivalled each other in condemning the system.

The success of this play was rivalled by Gogol's comedy, "The Revisor."

Even his bark church in the backwoods could not have rivalled Hiltonbury and the brass.

The narrow, shelving beach, rivalled the whiteness of a fresh snow-drift.

The boys also rivalled the Indians in the skill with which they would throw the tomahawk.

Kate was dressed in a gown that rivalled the snow itself in whiteness.

One or two were rivalled in height by the weeds that choked their windows.