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With the growth in e-commerce sales and sellers, advertisers will need a way to stand out from the thousands of ads sure to be vying for the attention of online shoppers.

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Beyond Meat competitor Impossible Foods said last year that it had stopped vying for McDonald’s business because it could not produce enough product to partner with the fast food giant.

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Countries are vying to be first to get vaccine supplies, and it’s unclear how Pfizer will distribute the first doses.

The Seahawks, leading the tough NFC West and vying for the top seed in the NFC playoffs, thus added some pass-rush help for the league’s last-ranked defense.

More than 3,000 people vied for 200 seats in the new assembly—men, women, liberals, Islamists, all wanting to help the new state.

She struggled with worldly woes, she vied with ever-greater risks in her work, but she trusted life: She lived in the attempt.

However, the oil spill, the Times Square bombing, the McChrystal firing, and the Blagojevich trial have all vied for his focus.

Ross vied for a monumental Joan Miro towering over five feet high but dropped out of the bidding.

The rival photographers vied for pages, position, and subject matter.

The noble and powerful vied with each other in paying honour to the stranger.

The richest of the land vied with one another in making the affair a vast financial success.

The ladies of the palace vied for his homage—the nobles of the land hastened to cultivate his society.

Court and Church vied with each other in splendor of apparel.

A grim, deadly hate of Beasley vied with the tenderness and pity he felt for this distressed girl.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vied, such as: contend, strive, buck, play, contest, and rival.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.