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Answer for the clue "Pepsi vis-Г -vis Coke", 5 letters:
rival

Alternative clues for the word rival

Contend with

Burger King, to McDonald's

Competing

Letterman, to Leno

Coke vis-Г -vis Pepsi

Another suitor

Paris, to Romeo

Play against

Compete with

Adversary

Try to beat

Ken-L Ration competitor

Nearby school, maybe

Coke, to Pepsi

One in a love triangle, maybe

Match

Fischer, to Spassky, e.g.

Lakers, to Celtics, e.g.

Opposite corner in a romantic triangle

Navratilova, to 45-Across, e.g.

The contestant you hope to defeat

Pepsi vis-

Coke vis-

Messala, to Ben-Hur

Opponent

Salieri, to Mozart

Yale, to Harvard

Richard III, to Henry VII

Competitor

Emulator

Oppose

One eager to compete and defeat

Foe

Emulate

One of a Sheridan pair

Dryden's "The ___ Ladies"

Giant, to a Dodger

Be a match for

Eton, to Harrow

Arch competitor

Alfredo, to Baron Douphol

Word definitions for rival in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a bitter rival/enemy (= a rival/enemy who you have strong feelings of dislike or anger about ) ▪ The two men are bitter rivals for the party leadership. a rival gang ▪ Fighting between rival gangs left dozens of people...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Rival \Ri"val\, v. i. To be in rivalry. [Obs.] --Shak.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Having the same pretensions or claims; standing in competition for superiority. n. A competitor (person, team, company, etc.) with the same goal as another, or striving to attain the same thing. Defeating a rival may be a primary or necessary goal of a...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1570s, from Latin rivalis "a rival, adversary in love; neighbor," originally, "of the same brook," from rivus "brook" (see rivulet ). "One who is in pursuit of the same object as another." The sense evolution seems to be based on the competitiveness of...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
v. be equal to in quality or ability; "Nothing can rival cotton for durability"; "Your performance doesn't even touch that of your colleagues"; "Her persistence and ambition only matches that of her parents" [syn: equal , touch , match ] be the rival of,...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
A rivalry is the opposition between two competing parties ( rivals ). Someone's main rival is called an archrival . The words rivalry , rival and arch rival may also refer to:

Usage examples of rival.

Both he and the actress concluded that Branicki had had a quarrel with her rival, and though she did not much care to place him in the number of her adorers, she yet gave him a good reception, for she knew it would be dangerous to despise his suit openly.

The rival aeroplane was now skimming above the water at a height of about a thousand feet.

The rival view was that true riches lay in trade, agriculture and industry, where wealth was truly earned and productively used.

When he sells alumite, as he may have done already, he will have to deliver all there is of it in order to stifle any rival claims.

Stilicho obtained the preference over a crowd of rivals, who ambitiously disputed the hand of the princess, and the favor of her adopted father.

Most worship a human-shaped god named Terrent Amese, but one tribe pays homage to his rival Ergerborg.

Thinking of public and commercial annotation products as rivals misses the point, observers say.

In contrast, the Council of the Apocrypha was a small, veiled and purposefully unrecorded papal body wielding an authority that easily rivaled that of the College, the cardinals of the Apocrypha suffered no dominion but that of God and were accountable only to His chosen representative on earth - the Holy Father.

Fearing civil war, the Guardians of the Realm of Scotland had reluctantly approached Edward of England to arbitrate among the various rivals.

In the days before Bran Brownbeard, Allovale was rich and rivaled Ardagh for its grandeur.

The indiscretion of his predecessor, instead of reconciling, had artfully fomented the religious war: and the balance which he affected to preserve between the hostile factions, served only to perpetuate the contest, by the vicissitudes of hope and fear, by the rival claims of ancient possession and actual favor.

Crushed though her rival the Khania Atene might be, also she was still jealous of her.

Although these measures were avowedly taken on behalf of King Henry, they were, in reality, so many precautions for securing the government in the hands of his rival the Duke of York.

But the adventure should hold something beyond the fairy-tale elements of a magic golden bauble, a vengeful queen, a mysterious castle, and rivals for the hand of a princess.

Miss Bayberry sitting primly at the head of a ridiculously long table that rivaled, in length, any in the dining hall at Selium.