showdown

[ UK /ʃˈə‍ʊda‍ʊn/ ]
[ US /ˈʃoʊˌdaʊn/ ]
NOUN
  1. a hostile disagreement face-to-face
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  • Henin derailed an all-Williams showdown by dismissing Serena in the quarterfinals for the third consecutive time at a Grand Slam. Russians, ex-champs spice women's semis
  • And he is now set for another defence before a summer showdown with a rival world champion. The Sun
  • In part two: Showdown: Soccer's big guns prepare for a shootout.
  • It doesn't make the sting of defeat any less painful, and there are some who think it's all over, but the campaign has succeeded in whetting the media's appetite for a spectacular showdown on March 4, which is already being promoted as a sequel to Super Tuesday. Hillary Finished? - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com
  • The dispute is still thought likely to provoke a stormy, if not violent, showdown.
  • The same poll had Kerry up by 2 after the second showdown — only to drop back to 8 points down again after the postdebate glow faded. Getting Ready to Rumble
  • Therefore it seems that a showdown and perhaps bloodshed is unavoidable, to be recorded by the international press teams aboard the “Freedom Flotilla.” The Volokh Conspiracy » Gaza Blockade Violence News You May Have Missed
  • Before I give brief bios of Robert and Mike, I thought I'd include some of the comments from readers on the Borden / Pearson showdown.
  • Sean Lamont heads a quintet of wing specialists who are vying for position in the Stade de France showdown.
  • The family had to take part in four games and a final showdown with the Herdman family from Powys.
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