Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of duel.

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Examples

  • Wasdin dueled Reynoso to a scoreless tie through six innings, but walked Greg Colbrunn to start a five-run seventh.

    National League Baseball - Diamondbacks vs. Rockies

  • Next, Fresh Boyz (dancers Andre and Triston) were the two dancers who 'dueled' it out, as a Hip Hop dancer and Dancehall Reggae Dancer competed for who could put together the coolest moves.

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

  • Senator DeWitt Clinton fought a duel against the federal marshal of New York City in 1802; one year later, the marshal's brother dueled with Clinton's second from the earlier duel.

    David O. Stewart: Civility: Not a Traditional American Value

  • Tim Tebow, who the football pundits have anointed the Greatest Human Being Of All Time Ever, threw two interceptions and was saved by Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford, who out-dueled Tebow by throwing his 2 picks at a more crucial time.

    The Year in College Football | Heretical Ideas Magazine

  • Olympus said it will consider selling a stake to another company, as the camera maker's current and former presidents dueled over how to revive the scandal-ridden firm.

    What's News—

  • Olympus said it will consider selling a stake to another company, as its current and former presidents dueled over how to revive the firm.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • Olympus will consider selling a stake to another company, as the camera maker's current and former presidents dueled over how to revive the scandal-ridden firm.

    What's News—

  • Twenty bidders dueled for that 8-foot-long scene, and a private American buyer won it.

    The Art Market Snaps Back

  • Mark Sanchez threw three touchdowns in that game but had the Jet defense not been as good as it was that day, then Brady would have surely out-dueled "Sanchise" in the end.

    Defense does it again

  • As their tongues dueled in a lazy exploration of soft and hard surfaces, ambrosia covered her palate and sweetness filled her lungs.

    Surrender the Dark

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