Entry from British & World English dictionary
One of several competitors having an equal claim to someone or something, especially a rival suitor: he doth suspect corrivals in his love
More example sentences
- His corrival was Thomas Radcliffe, Earl of Sussex, who in his constellation was his direct opposite.
- She dwelt with young Bold's sister, he that is my corrival in your love.
- Though there be many corrivals, only one carries the prize.
Late 16th century: French, or from Latin corrivalis, from rivalis rival.
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