English words and Examples of Usage

use "contend" in a sentence

The result, they contend, is that criminals have become emboldened.

Price said they had to contend with frozen equipment and icy ground.

What daily realities must they contend with that could be simplified?

They contend that will increase rather than reduce simmering tensions.

CNET Google must now contend with yet another antitrust investigation.

All the while, they must contend with hurdles, such as closed borders.

LOOKING AHEAD: Yes, the Bulls believe they still have plenty to contend.

He has pleaded not guilty and his lawyers contend the search was illegal.

But according to Gartman, there simply is too much supply to contend with.

Prosecutors contend their actions were motivated by militant Islamic views.

I have always thought it was 42nd Street, but others contend it is 14th Street.

KR has plenty of young, improving talent to contend again in the state tournament.

There, the Dragons will have to contend with programs such as Wilson Central (Tenn.

I have had to contend with those memories and with what I have been through.

Critics contend the bill is merely the latest attempt by Republicans to thwart unions.

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