Standoff and Tie

Standoff

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Standoff noun – A situation in which neither participant in a contest, competition, or struggle comes out ahead of the other.
Usage example: after two hours they had played to a 5–5 standoff

Tie is a synonym for standoff in same topic. In some cases you can use "Tie" instead a noun "Standoff". popular alternative
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Tie

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Tie noun – A situation in which neither participant in a contest, competition, or struggle comes out ahead of the other.
Usage example: the competition for first place in the dessert division ended in a tie between the chocolate pecan pie and the walnut fudge tart

Standoff is a synonym for tie in same topic. You can use "Standoff" instead a noun "Tie", if it concerns topics such as deadlock. popular alternative
Nearby Word: tied
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Both words in one sentence

  • Manga / Sabagebu! Mexican Standoff: Momoka and Kayo end up in one, leading Momoka to call it a tie.
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