Conflict and Showdown


Conflict noun - An earnest effort for superiority or victory over another.
Usage example: the eternal conflict between the forces of good and evil

Showdown and conflict are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Showdown" instead a noun "Conflict".

Nearby Words: conflicting, conflicted


Showdown noun - A hostile disagreement face-to-face.
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Synonyms for Showdown

Conflict and showdown are semantically related. You can use "Conflict" instead a noun "Showdown".

How words are described

physical physical conflict physical showdown
long long conflict long showdown
particular particular conflict particular showdown
direct direct conflict direct showdown
Other adjectives: brutal, entire, real, massive, big, great, huge, little, new, major, dramatic, minor, next, last, coming, said, nuclear, upcoming, three-way, armed.

Both words in one sentence

  • This is done to Sgt Blob's team in pilot episode of The Dreamstone, who are defeated and disappear from the conflict shortly before Pildit's Disney Death and Rufus' showdown with Zordrak, not appearing until the conflict is over (though other similarly clownish Urpneys appear during the climax).
  • The Emperor belatedly tries to stop him, but Kefka proceeds to settle the the conflict by destroying both sides, along with most of the world, and setting the stage for a final showdown with him instead.
  • International Showdown by Proxy With the coming conflict seemingly inevitable, the eyes of the world were on the bout, which was viewed as a showdown between America and Nazi Germany.
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