Examples of foe in a Sentence
Many considered him a foe of democracy.
Her ability was acknowledged by friend and foe alike.
Recent Examples of foe from the Web
In a match between familiar foes that started Friday night but was called for curfew, Djokovic prevailed, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (9), 3-6, 10-8.
Ortega, a Cold War-era U.S. foe, is serving his third consecutive term which runs until 2021.
Perhaps Trump views his embrace of America’s longtime ideological foe as a clever negotiating strategy.
Amid the upheaval, former foes are calling for unity by trying to rally the public around defiance to the West.
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen is ready to take on former foe Donald Trump after trolling the president in a cryptic video posted on his Twitter page Wednesday morning.
In the course of a week, however, media coverage morphed from a free-for-all attack by opponents on Rouhani to calls for unity from across the political spectrum to confront problems at home and foes abroad.
As the Panthers were relatively quiet Sunday when NHL free agency opened, Atlantic Division foe Toronto landed the biggest free agent of the class in center John Tavares.
The Jayhawks have plenty of foes that fit the criteria.
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Definition of foe for English Language Learners
: an enemy
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