Simple Definition of foe
: an enemy
Examples of foe in a sentence
Many considered him a foe of democracy.
Her ability was acknowledged by friend and foe alike.
Origin and Etymology of foe
Middle English fo, from Old English fāh, from fāh, adjective, hostile; akin to Old High German gifēh hostile
First Known Use: before 12th century
Rhymes with foe
beau, blow, bow, bro, Chou, crow, do, doe, dough, floe, flow, fro, froe, glow, go, grow, ho, hoe, jo, Jo, joe, know, lo, low, mho, mot, mow, no, No, O, oh, owe, Poe, pow, pro, rho, roe, row, Rowe, schmo, sew, show, sloe, slow, snow, so, sow, stow, Stowe, strow, though, throe, throw, toe, tow, trow, whoa, woe, yo
Definition of FOE
Fraternal Order of Eagles
FOE Defined for Kids
Definition of foe for Students
: an enemy of a person or a country
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