Dueling
Dueling Du"el*ing, n. The act or practice of fighting in single combat. Also adj. [Written also {duelling}.] [1913 Webster]

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  • dueling — The fighting of two persons, one against the other, at an appointed time and place, due to an earlier quarrel. If death results, the crime is murder. It differs from an affray in this, that the latter occurs on a sudden quarrel, while the former… …   Law dictionary

  • dueling — du|el|ing an American present participle of duel …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dueling — du·el || djuːəl n. formal combat between two persons v. fight a duel, engage in formal combat with another person …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dueling — 1) indulge 2) eluding …   Anagrams dictionary

  • dueling — The fighting of two persons, one against the other, at an appointed time and place, upon a precedent quarrel. If death results, the crime is murder. It differs from an affray in this, that the latter occurs on a sudden quarrel, while the former… …   Black's law dictionary

  • dueling — The fighting of two persons, one against the other, at an appointed time and place, upon a precedent quarrel. If death results, the crime is murder. It differs from an affray in this, that the latter occurs on a sudden quarrel, while the former… …   Black's law dictionary

  • dueling — noun or duelling ( s) : the fighting of duels …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dueling Analogs — Author(s) Steve Napierski Website duelinganalogs.com Current status / schedule Monday Thursday Launch date November 17, 2005 …   Wikipedia

  • Dueling Creek — is a tributary of the Anacostia River in southern Maryland in the United States. Dueling Creek is located in what is now Colmar Manor, Maryland.[1] Notorious as a favorite spot for duelers in the 19th Century, the most infamous of these duels was …   Wikipedia

  • Dueling pianos — (also known simply as sing along ) is a form of entertainment, usually on stage with two grand pianos, each played by a professional player who sings and entertains; humor and audience participation are prevalent. Usually these types of piano… …   Wikipedia

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