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a person who participates in competitions
dissenter, dissident, protester, objector, contestantnoun
a person who dissents from some established policy
A participant in a contest
one who contests; an opponent; a litigant; a disputant; one who claims that which has been awarded to another
Etymology: [Cf. F. contestant.]
A contestant is someone who takes part in a competition, usually a professional competition or a game show on television. The participants competing against each other have to go through rounds. The winners may have to compete in later stages or rounds until there is just one winner.
The numerical value of contestant in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of contestant in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
It was more nerve-wracking to be the only person on stage, on the one hand, it was nice not to have to worry about what anyone else was wagering, but at the same time, it meant that all of the contestant coordinators, compliance people, and stage crew were standing around me.
On the one hand, it was nice not to have to worry about what anyone else was wagering, but at the same time, it meant that all of the contestant coordinators, compliance people, and stage crew were standing around me.
He definitely learned a lot about how to maneuver, to incite conflict between each contestant and each political candidate.
It is true that for the most recent Jeopardy! contestant tryouts, Canadians were precluded from taking the online test, since the show must now comply with new rules set down by the Canadian government.
You have made the boring fascinating, i honestly think you are the most improved contestant we have seen on this show so far.
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