Alex didn't like any kind of discord, which generally meant that she shouldn't contest anything he said or did.
It was hard to say whether Alex was withholding facts so she couldn't contest his decisions or it simply didn't concern her.
None of us would win a beauty contest, would we?
I told her fine and considered informing her Molly knew about the contest entry.
This Bryce guy was probably the one who got a hold of the contest letter from Julie and broke into her apartment.
Locating us wasn't as a result of Julie's contest entry or from the break in of her apartment.
While Dean enjoyed the spectacle of the exciting contest, he harbored no envy toward its participants.
It was a young man's—or woman's—game, although Dean doubted he'd have joined the contest, at least not willingly, even in his careless years.
Cynthia lost the staring contest and shuffled out of the room.
The only thing she might be able to contest was the will.
But if you didn't agree, why didn't you contest it at the time?
If you were in a beauty contest with Shipton, it wouldn't be you taking home the medals.
What is this, a contest between you guys?
According to the lawyer, Lori could contest the will — which would be expensive and straining on everyone.
A voice announced that the next dance would be a contest – the Cha Cha.
I don't always agree with his views on how to raise children either, but we don't contest each other in front of the children.
By noon it would have been a close contest to say who was the crankiest person in the house.
The period from 1790 to 1835 was marked by a prolonged contest between the eastern and the western counties.
A sham contest was changed into a fatal fray by the treachery of Ishbaal's men; and in the battle which ensued Abner was not only defeated, but, by slaying Asahel, drew upon himself a bloodfeud with Joab.
Douglas, in their contest for the United States senatorship, was held at Ottawa.
A contest awhile back called for people to speculate what would be the best device to hook up to the Internet.
She persisted, and a contest of wills followed.
Despite his seniority in rank Bagration, in this contest of magnanimity, took his orders from Barclay, but, having submitted, agreed with him less than ever.
The fencer who demanded a contest according to the rules of fencing was the French army; his opponent who threw away the rapier and snatched up the cudgel was the Russian people; those who try to explain the matter according to the rules of fencing are the historians who have described the event.