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corrival

Line breaks: cor|rival
Pronunciation: /kəˈrʌɪv(ə)l/

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Definition of corrival in English:

noun

archaic
One of several competitors having an equal claim to someone or something, especially a rival suitor: he doth suspect corrivals in his love

Origin

late 16th century: French, or from Latin corrivalis, from rivalis rival.

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