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duel definition

  • noun:
    • A prearranged, formal fight between two persons, typically fought to be in a spot of honor.
    • challenging for domination between two contending individuals, groups, or a few ideas.
    • organized, regular fight between two exclusive people, usually over a matter of honor.
    • Historically, the bet of fight¬†(judicial combat)
    • Any struggle between two contending individuals, teams or some ideas.
    • A combat between two individuals, fought with deadly tools, by contract. It typically arises from an injury done or an affront provided by someone to the other.
    • an individual combat; specifically, a premeditated and prearranged combat between two individuals with deadly weapons, and often within the presence with a minimum of two witnesses, known as seconds, for the intended purpose of deciding a quarrel, avenging an insult, or clearing the honor of just one of combatants, or of some alternative party whose cause he champions.
    • Any fight or contest between two parties; especially, a military contest between parties representing the exact same arm of the service.
    • a prearranged battle with life-threatening tools by two people (combined with moments) to settle a quarrel over a point of honor
    • any challenge between two skillful opponents (individuals or groups)
    • A prearranged, formal fight between two people, frequently fought to stay a spot of honor.
    • difficult for domination between two contending persons, groups, or tips.
    • Arranged, regular combat between two private individuals, often over a matter of honor.
    • Historically, the wager of battle¬†(judicial fight)
    • Any battle between two contending individuals, teams or some ideas.
    • A combat between two persons, fought with lethal weapons, by agreement. It usually arises from an injury done or an affront given by anyone to another.
    • A single combat; particularly, a premeditated and prearranged fight between two people with life-threatening weapons, and usually within the existence with a minimum of two witnesses, known as moments, for the purpose of determining a quarrel, avenging an insult, or clearing the honor of one for the combatants, or of some 3rd party whose cause he champions.
    • Any battle or contest between two parties; specifically, a military contest between parties representing equivalent arm associated with the solution.
    • a prearranged battle with deadly tools by two different people (associated with seconds) being settle a quarrel over a spot of honor
    • any struggle between two skillful opponents (individuals or teams)
  • verb-transitive:
    • To engage (another) in or as if in formal combat.
    • To oppose earnestly and forcefully.
    • to activate (another) in or like in formal fight.
    • To oppose actively and forcefully.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to take part in or as if in formal fight.
    • to take part in or as if in formal combat.
  • verb:
    • To engage in a duel.
    • to battle in single combat.
    • fight a duel, as over a person's honor or a female
    • to take part in a duel.
    • To fight in solitary fight.
    • battle a duel, as over one's honor or a lady
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