Walberg, for his part, isn't particularly concerned about a third contest, saying that their rivalry is in the past.
The Israeli-Iranian rivalry is a highly competitive contest in incompetence.
Technological vision and rivalry are so intertwined that local residents call the place Silicon Gulch.
The rivalry between them has grown so bitter, that Abbas stopped traveling to Gaza altogether.
In taking on the governor of California, Palin foolishly launched a rivalry with a smarter, savvier version of herself.
After marriage the rivalry of men expresses itself in business more than in love.
They were so placed that with common management they could be more effective than with rivalry.
He was so much greater than you that you should feel no rivalry, no strife.
But so long as the two are sharply divided there can be no enmity because there can be no rivalry.
Her blue eyes challenged him laughingly; but he caught the undernote of rivalry.
rivalry ri·val·ry (rī'vəl-rē)
The state or condition of competition or antagonism.