Synonym: competition, contention. Similar words: chivalry, cavalry, rival, chivalrous, arrival, unrivaled, private, privacy. Meaning: ['raɪvlrɪ] n. the act of competing as for profit or a prize.
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1. The quarrel originated in rivalry between the two families.
2. There has always been intense rivalry between New Zealand and Australia.
3. Rivalry with other schools is encouraged.
4. Their old rivalry soon surfaced when they met again.
5. There is great rivalry between the two sisters.
6. The two players have developed a friendly rivalry .
7. There's fierce rivalry for the job/to get the job.
8. Rivalry between football fans developed into open warfare.
9. There's such rivalry among/between my three sons.
10. What emerges is a complex picture of family rivalry.
11. It was Allen who fired this rivalry with real passion.
12. There has always been a fierce rivalry between the two clubs.
13. There is a certain amount of friendly rivalry between the teams.
14. She had never overcome her feelings of sibling rivalry .
15. Officials anticipate that rivalry between leaders of the various drug factions could erupt into full scale war.
16. Despite their bitter screen rivalry, off-stage they are close friends.
17. Fully-fledged domestic rivalry among banks is also quite modern.
18. But a good football rivalry is.
19. They felt no sibling rivalry where Joe was concerned.
20. The studios soft-pedal the rivalry between their animation departments.
21. He recoiled from rivalry between religions.
22. Their relationship oscillated between comradeship and rivalry.
23. Most of the killings result from gang rivalry.
24. Sibling rivalry kills Oedipus' sons.
25. There is no rivalry between us.
26. A bad case of sibling rivalry(sentencedict.com), it seems.
27. The rivalry between Bedie and Ouattara is still in play, diplomats said.
28. It is noticeable that women do not have the rivalry that men have.
29. Historically,[sentencedict.com/rivalry.html] there has always been a great deal of rivalry between the two families.
30. Though one was a Democrat and the other a Republican, the rivalry over which one would move up first was cordial.
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