rivalry

[ rahy-vuhl-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF rivalry

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RIVALRY

Then their rivalry shall be not a curse, but a blessing to this land of England.

He could have no fear of such a rivalry, however unpleasant at the moment!

Well, I'll relieve your lordship, as you have relieved me, from all fear of rivalry.

By the good people that taught you to think our rivalry blood-red.

It was because he who commanded the vessel was so superior as to find in her no rivalry.

Rivalry is an indispensable and normal adjunct of such unity.

The rivalry between the beautiful Norman and beautiful Lisa amused him.

Such a rivalry is more characteristic of an imitator than of an original writer.

The rivalry was beneficial to the public if not to the stockholders.

We were but lads, and there was no feeling of rivalry between us.

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