duelist

[ US /ˈduəɫɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who fights duels
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  • Forrest's obituary says of his pre-War years, "He was known to his acquaintances as a man of obscure origin and low associations, a shrewd speculator, negro trader, and duelist... Burns Strider: License Plates, Heritage and Fellow Mississippians
  • Rushing for the ground I was forced to leap from the first floor to the concrete, just as the two duelists crashed past me, bringing the rest of the escape with them.
  • He was a soldier, a duelist, a lawyer, and a politician. Best U.S. Presidents | myFiveBest
  • With his life declared to be hanging by a thread, the fading duelist now urged his erstwhile adversary to flee the tavern–taking pains to insist that he had acquitted himself honorably–and even offered his own carriage for the getaway. Excerpt: Wedlock by Wendy Moore
  • A man in a wheelchair would likely be considered a weak duelist, but would very likely win a sword fight with a blind man. You Still Never Solved The Question of Who To Fight | ATTACKERMAN
  • Their main contact on New Amazonia is Lesa Pretoria, a master duelist with a few reservations about her own female-centric society. Free Fiction February - "Lucifugous" by Elizabeth Bear
  • Their main contact on New Amazonia is Lesa Pretoria, a master duelist with a few reservations about her own female-centric society. Free Fiction February - "Lucifugous" by Elizabeth Bear
  • The immediate consequences to a duelist of wounds inflicted by thrusts or cuts from the rapier, dueling sabre or smallsword were unpredictable.
  • Ha Ji-won has just finished filming Duelist and Daddy Long Legs.
  • A sampling -- including my most favorite, on that "duelist" religion founded by (ironically enough!) Archive 2007-06-01
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