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Competitor, 1) one who seeks to obtain what another seeks: Gentl. II, 6, 35. Tit. I, 63. II, 1, 77.
2) associate: “his --s in oath,” LLL II, 82. “the --s enter,” Tw. IV, 2, 12. “every hour more --s flock to their aid,” R3 IV, 4, 506. “it is not Caesar's natural vice to hate our great c.” Ant. I, 4, 3. “these three worldsharers, these --s,” II, 7, 76. “thou, my brother, my c. in top of all design,” V, 1, 42.
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