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Synonyms for duel

Synonyms for duel

to strive in opposition

Synonyms for duel

a prearranged fight with deadly weapons by two people (accompanied by seconds) in order to settle a quarrel over a point of honor

any struggle between two skillful opponents (individuals or groups)

Related Words

fight a duel, as over one's honor or a woman

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The romanticised view of duelling conjures up images of men in frilly shirts being handed pistols by servants on velvet cushions before lining up back-to-back, taking 10 paces, turning and firing.
DEADLY: Duelling pistols and, left, two men settle an argument TURN AND FIRE: A duelist fires a fatal shot at his opponent
However, the Queen still has an official duelling champion.
The middle class juries thought duelling was nothing to do with them, but should be left to their betters.
The epitome of duelling pistol makers was Robert Wogdon.
Although duelling was relatively common practice at this time, if you were successful in assassinating your adversary, you could and would face criminal charges of murder.
In the great novels the potential duel as a gage for corporate honour, personal integrity and private space is at odds with the Christian view that duelling is morally unacceptable.
Though d'Alquen could not have known, the Fuhrer had been opposed to duelling for some time.
Perhaps Himmler did not immediately give up the principle of duelling.
The past proposals were for full duelling north of Morpeth and across into Scotland.
Past Governments pledged duelling but never carried it out, everyone knows that, but one thing that never came up whilst I was at Castle Morpeth was the name Anne-Marie Trevelyan.
Frevert, for instance, argues that it is wrong to interpret bourgeois duelling as evidence of feudalization because the educated bourgeoisie used the duel for its own purposes, to assert its superior status and to express the "bourgeois cult of individuality" (p.
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Philip Rolfe and Sue Dunn enjoy a drink at the Duelling Pianos.
Owners of Duelling Pianos say the new Broad Street venue will be the first of its kind in the UK.