Examples of archrival in a Sentence
In baseball, the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees are archrivals.
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The Sounders dominated most of Sunday night’s first place battle with the archrival Portland Timbers, taking an early lead on a Cristian Roldan strike.
That's a hard reality United's archrival, American Airlines, knows a lot about.
Vineland looms with defending champion Millville, its archrival, and Lenape as the on-paper favorites in SJ 5.
With liberals back in charge in South Korea, Seoul is making peace offerings to its archrivals, but the North isn't biting.
In fact, El Clasico Miami, the Saturday night clash between Spanish archrivals FC Barcelona and Real Madrid (minus Ronaldo) is the biggest soccer game ever played in South Florida — and one of the most-hyped ever on U.S. soil.
When Bush took over for Ducky Drake at U.C.L.A. in 1965, the Bruins had won the N.C.A.A. championship only once, in 1956, and had never beaten their archrivals, the University of Southern California Trojans.
One of the company's archrivals, Wendy's, is also adding kiosk ordering at 1,000 restaurants by the end of 2017.
While Hoover baseball had its share of struggles in finishing 5-16 this season and 2-12 in league, the Tornadoes have a pair of feathers in their caps versus their archrival.
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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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