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Definition of contend:

  1. To strive; to struggle in opposition; to strive to obtain or to keep; to dispute; to strive to convince.

Common misspellings for contend:

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Quotes for contend:

  1. I contend that, in spite of all that might be said about Watergate, Richard Nixon was good for the poor people of America.
  2. When people contend for their liberty they seldom get anything for their victory, but new masters.
  3. It is useless to contend with the irresistible power of Time, which goes on continually creating by a process of constant destruction.
  4. At times those skills were really hard to do because not only was I having to contend with the camera, but I was having to learn these new skills and the ball was always kind of doing what you didn't want it to do. So it got a little bit frustrating at times but we got there.
  5. The real evil with which we have to contend is not the physical evil of the Famine, but the moral evil of the selfish, perverse and turbulent character of the people.