Contend [verb]

Definition of Contend:

compete, fight

Opposite/Antonyms of Contend:

Sentence/Example of Contend:

Many contend that this system produces better results than if pipes of the actual lengths of 32 or 64 feet were employed.

If thou hast been wearied with running with footmen, how canst thou contend with horses?

Once set, the young plant must contend, not only with the ordinary risk of transplanting, but the cut-worm is now to be dreaded.

He did not, like some hot headed men, among both the Whigs and the Tories, contend that there ought to be no regular soldiers.

This was very flattering to those ladies, especially the Diplomast, considering the great odds they had to contend with.

Jack was taken by surprise, but readily understood that it was Howard against whom he had to contend and not Tim.

This is the law of the land and must be obeyed; and we candidly advise that it is useless for us to contend against it.

The steam-tug had not to contend with the ordinary straightforward rush of a North Sea storm.

The man-ape was not able to contend successfully with the larger animals by aid of its natural weapons.

And if a man will contend with thee in judgment, and take away thy coat, let go thy cloak also unto him.