Did you mayhaps mean oneupmanship?
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“Some folks seem to think that the forum is a graffiti-zone, and some seem to engage in the kind of oneupsmanship that my two male Dobermans perform out in the yard.”
“You can bet both AMD and Nvidia are aware of the game they're playing, a kind of oneupsmanship in minor increments.”
“Is that oneupsmanship in tune with the values we want our children to learn?”
“Conversations broke down in games of oneupsmanship, useless attepts to out philosophize the other.”
“It's a singular issue that lies at the nexus of so many of the things that the Press Corps values: lame perks, proximity to power, dickish oneupsmanship ... and the matter was well lampooned by "The Daily Show's" Jon Stewart last night.”
“Sometimes literary events feature writers with passive-aggressive personalities who care little for connecting with an audience and a lot for strange stealth networking and careerist oneupsmanship.”
“In the beginning your experiment was just and noble, but it long ago devolved into a perverse game of oneupsmanship and God-playing, a bastardization of the scientific method and a travesty of the political process.”
“The oneupsmanship in the in the uber-conscious health food store seemed to take forever and led to a punchline that had little punch.”
“Oliver Platt and John Hodgman are terrific as a team of antagonists, those Apple ads, shot at mid-distance, giving no hint of the mad glint Hodgman is capable of flashing as he practices literary oneupsmanship on Schwartzman's Ames.”
“James Madison may have said once upon a time that ambition must be made to counteract ambition -- smart guy, for a Princeton grad -- but that doesn't mean the mutually ambitious should mercilessly attack one another in the spirit of oneupsmanship (to many, the girl's true sin was getting the book deal in the first place).”
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