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Competitive ContextPlay
Use 'challenger' to describe someone taking direct action to compete, not just holding opposing views. SlideIn the chess tournament, she quickly became known as a formidable challenger.
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Active PursuitPlay
'Challenger' implies a proactive effort to win or succeed, not a passive state. SlideAfter years of training, he emerged as the top challenger for the sprinting title.
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Context RichnessPlay
Identify 'challenger' by the field of activity, like sports, politics, or business. SlideSeveral challengers entered the race for the city's mayoral seat.