Examples of rivalry in a Sentence
There is a bitter rivalry between the two groups.
a strong sense of rivalry
Recent Examples of rivalry from the Web
For the two groups of fans, the match was a nice way to take the edge off an otherwise all-consuming rivalry that has escalated since FC Cincinnati player Djiby Fall was suspended five games for biting a Louisville City player in April.
With the rise of India and China, great-power rivalry is once again emerging.
The rivalry goes back even further into 2013 when Keselowski was sent into the wall on a move by Busch at the Kansas Speedway – again in the Xfinity Series.
Sheldon Henderson, 60, and Robbie Robinson, 63, were planning a day of motorcycling around the ski town of Breckenridge, Colo. Sheldon served in the Navy and Robbie in the Air Force, which helps feed a friendly rivalry between the two.
With Cole officially in the Padres organization, the Bellingers can dream of shifting a sibling rivalry from video games and ping pong tournaments at home to under the bright lights in the NL West.
The match was physical from the beginning, with the rivalry between the squads and also the high stakes.
Matt Stone, The Courier-Journal LEXINGTON, Ky. --- Wide receiver Akeem Hayes is switching sides in the rivalry.
But rather than an award show full of rivalry, look at it this way: your faves are in good company, as they're paired with your other faves.
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First Known Use of rivalry
RIVALRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rivalry for English Language Learners
: a state or situation in which people or groups are competing with each other
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