Examples of vie in a Sentence
They are vying to win the championship for the third year in a row.
vied with his colleagues for the coveted promotion
Recent Examples of vie from the Web
With Auburn losing four senior starters on the offensive line, Ashley should vie for a starting job in 2018, possibly at right tackle if Prince Tega Wanogho Jr. remains at left tackle.
Both teams are vying for home-field advantage on Sunday.
Aledo, which was vying for its second consecutive state title and seventh in nine seasons, had not lost a state championship game since 1974.
In April, two candidate slates vied for seats on the New Trier Township government board.
In another 65 years, when New York and LA have been claimed by rising sea levels, Chicago will vie with no one for primacy.
Instead, the people camped out were vying to be first in line as workers at the state agency unlocked the doors at 8 a.m. on Oct. 2, when the application period for the methadone-treatment licenses opened.
Jurkovec can immediately vie for the starting quarterback spot on a Notre Dame squad that currently has junior Brandon Wimbush at the helm.
Hitchcock is vying to become the third NHL coach to reach the milestone.
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Origin and Etymology of vie
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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