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  1. competingadjective

    being in the state of competition (often unintentionally)

Webster Dictionary

  1. Competing

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Competing in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Competing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of Competing in a Sentence

  1. Leeston Bryant:

    David Tonizza was not really that fast in 2018 and nobody picked David Tonizza, because David Tonizza wasn't competing, David Tonizza went away for a year and trained really hard and David Tonizza came back in 2019 and David Tonizza was incredible.

  2. Senator Heitkamp:

    We expect that they (U.S. shale producers) remain independent and do what's in the best interest of their country, we're not going to join OPEC, and we're going to be fiercely competing with them.

  3. Brian Fonseca:

    He's taken three different positions in the last eight months. Wasserman Schultz -- backed by President Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton -- also disagreed with Canova’s suggestion that she did not have the support of black voters in the district. Wasserman cited in part the backing of the Congressional Black Caucus. It’s unclear whether the debate, or the Sanders-fueled donations, will make the difference for Tim Canova. The Tim Canova campaign touted polling released at the end of the Democratic National Convention showed Tim Canova trailing by 8 points, 46-38 percent. This was after she stepped down at the DNC amid a scandal over leaked emails. But Wasserman Schultz is not taking any chances, bringing in heavyweights like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. In some ways, the race is reminiscent of the Sanders-Clinton race. This race has a lot of parallels with the national Democratic primary in that you have a moderate candidate competing against a more progressive candidate.

  4. Andrew Lipsman:

    It never had its media moment, it was sandwiched between Twitter's hyper-growth, and then almost immediately after came Instagram and Snapchat. Just as Pinterest had its chance to shine, it was competing for attention with other key players.

  5. Andrew Capobianco:

    It was just great to have the best diver in the country in your pool every day, to have him to look up to and learn from, he’s taught me so much about competing and being a world-class diver.

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