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corrival

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noun cor·ri·val \kə-ˈrī-vəl, kȯ-, kō-\

Definition of corrival

corrival adjective


Examples of corrival

  1. <two universities that are long-standing corrivals for the title of best in the nation>



Origin of corrival

Middle French, from Latin corrivalis, from com- + rivalis rival


First Known Use: 1579


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