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
Production wrapped recently, as per Kufrin's Instagram, and now, ABC is sharing photos and information about the men who will vie for her heart.
The party also withdrew its endorsement of a former state senator with multiple drunk driving arrests, who is vying for the open state Senate seat.
That’s still the arrangement, though the types of wires that vie for space on a pole have multiplied: telephone wire, cable wire, fiber optic wire . . .
Join Mary, Paul, Sue and Mel in the tent along with 12 amateur bakers who will vie for star baker in a season filled with challenges that include bagels, strudel, treacle tarts and choux gateaux.
That's hardly a common occurrence, but not impossible in a city that's vying to host the 2020 Republican National Convention.
The void has created a crowded field — a total of 24 candidates are vying for just four spots in the general election.
Political newcomer Hill, 29, who is vying for Republican Steve Knight’s seat, may be based in Santa Clarita, but has attended more than 24 fundraisers at entertainment insiders’ homes in Hancock Park, Brentwood and Westside.
Three Democrats and three Republicans who are vying to be the next governor of Michigan will debate Thursday night at the Mackinac Policy Conference.
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VIE Defined for English Language Learners
: to compete with others in an attempt to get or win something
VIE Defined for Kids
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