OTHER WORDS FOR rival
Origin of rival
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OTHER WORDS FROM rival
How to use rival in a sentence
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Reels, Instagram’s short-form video product, is aimed at rivaling fast-growing TikTok.Social Shorts: Instagram pegs Reels and Shop, Pinterest’s engagement metric, TikTok’s size and more|Ginny Marvin|November 16, 2020|Search Engine Land
Twice last year, according to the new indictment, MS-13 members in Prince William shot men thought to be rival gang members.Three accused of MS-13 gang-related violence in Virginia|Rachel Weiner|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Analysts, rival fast-food companies and plant-based protein producers have been closely watching McDonald’s, as it is one of the few national chains without a plant-based burger on the menu.
Pfizer’s and BioNTech’s share prices were up more than 6% and 18% respectively, and rival Moderna—whose own candidate vaccine uses similar technology—also rose more than 5%.
He was in awe of Tel Aviv, a gay-friendly city with Pride parades rivaling those in Berlin and Amsterdam.
GOP politicians on both the state and federal level attack legal abortion with an obsession rivaling Captain Ahab.
This track gives us hilarious lines and moments rivaling even the blandness of “Yesterday was Thursday…Today it is Friday.”The Most Offensive Lyrics and WTF Moments From ‘Chinese Food’|Culture Team|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Video games are quickly becoming one of the biggest entertainment industries in the world - rivaling television and movies.
"Thou shalt not overspend" is rapidly becoming a tenet of the evangelical belief system, rivaling social issues like gay marriage.Evangelicals Preach the Gospel of Getting Out of Debt|Lisa Miller|February 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The other one saved his skin by setting off across the country at a speed rivaling our hero's charge.The Story of Don Quixote|Arvid Paulson, Clayton Edwards, and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
They had read or heard of the skill of the adventurers away out on the borders, and they dreamed of rivaling them some day.Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James|J. A. Dacus
Paying no taxes, they become independent of the state, an imperium in imperio, a power rivaling that of organized society itself.Exempting the Churches|James F. Morton. Jr.
Blue gentians (Gentina calycosa, Griseb) abound, their deep blue blossoms rivaling the pure blue of our Sierran skies.The Lake of the Sky|George Wharton James
A mysterious Sabbath began, rivaling the fantastic scenes witnessed by Faust upon the Brocken.The Magic Skin|Honore de Balzac
British Dictionary definitions for rival
- a person, organization, team, etc, that competes with another for the same object or in the same field
- (as modifier)rival suitors; a rival company