Examples of archrival in a Sentence
In baseball, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees are archrivals.
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His opponents called on a new Socialist leadership to allow his archrival, Mr. Rajoy, to continue in office.
Next summer, the New York Yankees will play their archrivals, the Boston Red Sox, in London.
Tensions between the two regional archrivals came to a head last week after missiles were launched from Syria targeted Israeli positions in the Golan Heights.
But Delta has sustained a far higher level of profitability than archrivals American and United Continental: Its operating margin of 15% reigns as best of the Big Three.
The Louisville guards talked about their embarrassment after a 90-61 rout at the hands of archrival Kentucky earlier that day.
Two out, two on, two strikes, trailing by two on senior day to your archrival in a game for the league championship before a standing on top of the football bleachers crowd of more than 400 at San Marcos High.
At the same time, the car often described as the Accord's archrival, the Toyota Camry, is up 13.7 percent for the year.
The two archrivals are jockeying for global dominance.
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ARCHRIVAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of archrival for English Language Learners
: someone's chief rival or opponent
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