- v. fight against or resist strongly
“So, he made a tremendous fight down in Chattanooga to get the Southern Conference to embark on this pro-Wilkie, isolationist, anti-Roosevelt stand.”
“Her idea of fun was a rousing fight down at the Wayfarer.”
“After the brief, decisive fight down by the riverside, no more Didionite troops came forth to oppose the invaders.”
“I was glad of the rush which followed the passing of the regiment; the rush of people eager to secure these bunches of flowers and evergreens for memorials; the diversion of interest for a moment gave me chance to fight down my heart-swelling.”
““Nick?” she asked, trying to fight down the unreasonable embarrassment that had started in the pit of her stomach and was clawing a hot path up her neck.”
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