world-beater

NOUN
  1. a competitor who holds a preeminent position
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How To Use world-beater In A Sentence

  • She has loads of natural talent as a runner and with rigorous training she could be a world-beater.
  • She has loads of natural talent as a runner and with rigorous training she could be a world-beater.
  • She has loads of natural talent as a runner and with rigorous training she could be a world-beater.
  • Compact and bijou, Belfast is nonetheless a world-beater.
  • She has loads of natural talent as a runner and with rigorous training she could be a world-beater.
  • It confirms that they now surpass bluegrass ' mandatory virtuosity and have become not just American favourites, but world-beaters.
  • Also remember this, though: Jim Craig wasn't exactly a world-beater when he backstopped the 1980 Americans to their miracle run.
  • She has loads of natural talent as a runner and with rigorous training she could be a world-beater.
  • While he's busy setting records, the passing mileposts of his career mean little right now to the 22-year-old world-beater.
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