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Use "gladiatorship" in a sentence
"What I say is, he that is emancipated never indulges in that intellectual gladiatorship which is implied by a dialectical disputation for the sake of victory."
"They are from the _Athenaeum_ of last week, which, by the way, has more of the intellectual gladiatorship in its columns than any of its critical contemporaries."
"La Calprenède, as we have seen, does not give Arminius's wife her usual name of Thusnelda, but, to obviate a complaint from readers who have heard of Varus, he invents a protest on "Herman sla lerman" part against that general, who has trepanned him into captivity and gladiatorship, and makes him warn Augustus that he will be true to the Romans _unless_"