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alpinist a downhill skier, especially a competitive skier who takes part in downhill events such as slalom. [1/2 definitions]
bantam a small, competitive person. [1/3 definitions]
bench show a competitive show of dogs or cats in which prizes are awarded on the basis of greatest conformity to ideal standards for a given breed.
champion one that is acknowledged to be of high competitive ability as a result of previous shows or games. [1/5 definitions]
cheerleading the activity of encouraging spectators to cheer for a sports team during a competitive event using special yells and chants in addition to performing strenuous athletic feats of tumbling and gymnastics to bolster spectators' enthusiasm.
civil service a system of awarding government jobs on the basis of competitive examinations, rather than by appointment or election. [1/3 definitions]
cycling the activity or competitive sport of riding or racing on a bicycle. [1/2 definitions]
double agent a spy employed by both of two opposed or competitive countries, companies, or the like.
fair play the act of following, honorably, the established rules of a game or sport; honorable conduct in business or any other competitive activity.
free enterprise the notion that a capitalist economy does not require government support or intervention, but can regulate itself through the relationships of supply and demand in a freely competitive market.
freestyle a competitive swimming event in which the swimmers can use any stroke. [1/3 definitions]
game a usu. competitive form of play or sport having certain rules and equipment for play. [1/9 definitions]
gymnastics (used with a sing. verb) the competitive sports based on such exercises. [1/3 definitions]
handler a person who trains animals, esp. dogs, for competitive exhibition. [1/3 definitions]
hardball any aggressively competitive way of conducting business, as in politics. [2/4 definitions]
heavyweight of or pertaining to the heaviest competitive class or division. [1/6 definitions]
hustle an aggressively competitive endeavor. [1/10 definitions]
hypercompetitive combined form of competitive.
long jump in competitive track sports, a jump for horizontal distance with a running start.
merit system a system in which people are hired or promoted to civil service positions on the basis of the results of competitive examinations.
noncompetitive combined form of competitive.