|a struggle with something difficult, fight between wrestlers, fight by gripping and pushing, have a struggling fight, have difficulty, maneuver something awkward, struggle with; scuffle, contend in a wrestling match, struggle; act or bout of wrestling;...||wrestle|
|act a part in a play, act in a particular manner, act in jest, action during a game, action or move in a game, assign or have a position on field, compete against, direct light or water, dramatic composition or production, dramatic performance; game; e...||play|
|act of pushing or shoving; push, shove, bump, knock against others, bump; compete with; be crowded, be squeezed together||jostle|
|act of struggling; effort, exertion; conflict, strife, endeavor, strive, try hard; fight, contend; advance with great effort, fight by wrestling, great effort to overcome difficulties, hard task, make a great physical effort, move with difficulty, try ...||struggle|
|agree, appropriate, come across somebody, compete or fight with somebody, encounter somebody for first time, place of meeting for a competition, encounter; come in contact with; assemble; come before; make acquaintance; satisfy; be on schedule; face or...||meet|
|attractive, involving beating others, involving competition; tending to compete, desiring competition, wanting to beat others||competitive|
|be covered in liquid, be dizzy, compete in a swimming race, dizziness, float on the surface, have plenty, instance of swimming; period of time spent swimming, move through water, place with many fish, propel oneself through water using the arms and leg...||swim|
|beat and cook eggs, clamber, climb over rough terrain, clamber; struggle for possession; disorderly or chaotic proceeding, compete frantically, confused mass, dash or struggle, encode transmitted signals, hard climb, hurry, jumble things together, laun...||scramble|
|beat fast, compete against in race, contest between rivals, contest of speed, contest of speed; descent, heritage, enter something in race, fact of belonging to a group, groove guiding sliding object, group of humans, horse races or horseracing, humank...||race|
|being in competition, contending, compete, compete with, challenge, oppose, contest, competing, competing person or group, competitor, opponent, contender, equal or surpass, somebody equal or better, try to equal||rival|
|card whose value is determined by the player (Cards); athlete or team chosen to compete though unqualified; unpredictable factor; character that can be used to represent every possible character combination (Computers)||wildcard|
|compete in a joust; compete, fight, struggle, engage in a contest, engage in a joust, fight between knights on horseback who attempt to unseat each other with lances, medieval tournament||joust|
|compete in a tournament, series of athletic competitions or games culminating in a championship match||tourney|
|compete successfully with somebody or something, imitate, try to equal or excel, take after, copy, make behave like another computer system, try to equal somebody or something||emulate|
|compete with as opponents, put opposite, resist; hinder; contend, be strong in a contradictory opinion; set against, contrast, counterbalance, set in contrast to, stand in opposition||oppose|
|compete, debate with somebody, maintain, assert; compete; struggle, strive, state something, struggle or deal with something||contend|
|compete, endeavor, try hard; compete; struggle, resist, oppose||strive|
|competitor who withdraws before start, horse that does not compete, someone or something not likely to succeed; one that drops out of a competition before it starts, something or somebody unlikely to succeed||nonstarter|
|contest, contend against another; participate in a contest, put up reasonable contest, try to win||compete|
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