Thesaurus / rivals


Further, German houses give much longer credit than do their British rivals.

The Amazing ArgentineJohn Foster Fraser

In talents, temper, manners and opinions, the rivals were diametrically opposed to each other.

This very correctness was part of the offense he gave his rivals and their followers.

Martin Van BurenEdward M. Shepard

But much worse was the open betrayal which many practiced toward their brother Captains, whom they probably regarded as rivals.

During the days succeeding the arrival of the grandee, Belinchon's friends cast mocking glances at their rivals.

The Fourth Estate, vol. 2Armando Palacio Valds

Being neighbors, they are rivals of course, and cutting under.

Abdullah drew up his array without the city, and challenged his rivals to the utmost proof.

The River WarWinston S. Churchill

He had no rivals in his native town, where he sometimes appeared as a pianist.

When scenes of strong passion are wanted, the Germans, I think, excel their French rivals.

Observe, reader, we are far from holding up these two as rivals.


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