dueller


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  • noun

Synonyms for dueller

a person who fights duels

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The rival karaoke groups fought a bloody, each with their own swords, one dueller suffering six slashes to his thigh and buttocks.
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Historically Joint Enterprise helped deal with duels, enabling them to prosecute the duellers, their supporters and doctors who treated the wounded.
HThe duellers have duelled and the race we all longed to see has been seen, consumed and allocated its own special place in turf history.
Lessig draws on histories illustrating another, somewhat more effective regulatory option: barring duellers from public office.
The Newcastle Emlyn duellers faced each other with flintlock pistols, which spawned phrases like "half-cocked", "lock, stock and barrel" and "flash in a pan", and Mr Jones believes the fact Beynon was the challenged rather than the challenger is what saved him from the murder charge he originally faced until it was downgraded by the Attorney-General of Carmarthen, William Owen.