In countries where duelling is still allowed, they have a solution—the duel.
After 1803 the practice of duelling fell gradually into disuse.
No use to think about duelling now, whoever might be challenger.
He had never seen him before—it was his first appearance in the duelling world.
The external lines should follow the Gastinne-Renette duelling pistol as nearly as possible.
According to the duelling laws of the country we are in the right—it isn't that.
I do not believe in duelling, and I believe only in killing a man when there is no other alternative.
In the same manner he had to explain away that duelling charge.
Prize fighting, however brutal and degrading, must not be put in the category of duelling.
duelling and drinking were the two great duties of a gentleman.
1590s (from late 13c. in Latin form), from Medieval Latin duellum "combat between two persons," by association with Latin duo "two," but originally from Latin duellum "war," an Old Latin form of bellum (see bellicose). Retained in poetic and archaic language and apparently given a special meaning in Medieval or Late Latin of "one-on-one combat" on fancied connection with duo "two."
1640s, see duel (n.). Related: Dueled; dueling; duelling.