Have either of you, as in Very Good Girls, ever competed with a girlfriend for the same guy?
Like Hamlin, McGinley is also no stranger to bedazzled spandex, having also competed on a season of Dancing with the Stars.
Hamilton competed in middle-distance running at the Games in 1992, 1996, and 2000 but never scored a medal.
In years past, the television studios of Egypt and Syria competed ferociously to see which could produce the most popular serials.
To date, the Republican candidates have competed as to who could cut taxes deepest for the richest.
I wrote the one here in question, which met with general acceptance; and I do not remember that any one else competed.
Children and parents were amoral and competed for the same resources.
If he had aspired higher he could not at twenty have competed with his mighty predecessor.
They competed with and finally crushed their rivals in Tyre, Corinth and Carthage.
He had a sudden desire to talk to her about the great municipal building in the north that was soon to be competed for.
1610s, " to enter or be put in rivalry with," from Middle French compéter "be in rivalry with" (14c.), or directly from Late Latin competere "strive in common," in classical Latin "to come together, agree, to be qualified," later, "strive together," from com- "together" (see com-) + petere "to strive, seek, fall upon, rush at, attack" (see petition (n.)).
Rare 17c., revived from late 18c. in sense "to strive (alongside another) for the attainment of something" and regarded early 19c. in Britain as a Scottish or American word. Market sense is from 1840s (perhaps a back-formation from competition); athletics sense attested by 1857. Related: Competed; competing.