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- adj. Positioned facing another, with the toes touching
- adj. against, in opposition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in close combat or at close quarters
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He had used his procedural mastery to humiliate them on the Senate floor, and they were afraid to go toe-to-toe with him.
Could Thurman go toe-to-toe with Blackbeard and win?
Though she's gone toe-to-toe with Storybrooke's mayor Regina, who adopted Henry Jared Gilmore, the son Emma gave up for adoption 10 years ago, she'll have to face the ultimate antagonist of the story: Regina's fairytale counterpart, The Evil Queen.
She has a beef with somebody else who you'll see early on in the season who she goes toe-to-toe with.
The night before he went toe-to-toe with Tiger Woods (FSY) in the final group in the final round of the 91st PGA Championship, unheralded Y.E. Yang (FSY) ventured that his odds of winning were 70-1, seeing as Woods had 70 PGA Tour victories and he had one.
When the Nittany Lions could knock down those open shots, they were capable of going toe-to-toe with the best teams in the conference.
I specifically remember watching him go toe-to-toe with a Salvadoran colonel, whose forces had just murdered a journalist.
Men are falling all over her left and right, but not too many of them can go toe-to-toe with her.
I think the only band that could go toe-to-toe with Satan and have a fighting chance is Architecture in Helsinki.
Maybe there was a time not so long ago when you could hide your own scientists 'studies, roll out a slick PR campaign, and control the politicians and regulators with the knowledge that your opponents couldn't afford to go toe-to-toe with you.
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