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
But another worry is that, having focused on low-tech foes like pirates and drug-smugglers, British ships may have lost the culture and capacity needed to fight high-intensity war with what strategists call peer competitors.
But none of Ermold's Democratic foes mentioned his sexuality during the primary.
Mission: Impossible – Fallout (July 27) The sixth installment of the Tom Cruise spy-thriller franchise sees the stunt king at odds with the CIA and in the crosshairs of foes and former friends.
The Tigers have not lost to any of their future district foes since falling to Lloyd in 2002.
Conservatives in South Korea bristle at such a possibility, arguing that a withdrawal would expose their country to potential foes far stronger than North Korea, like China and Japan, which have invaded numerous times over the centuries.
Tehran says its missile program, which isn’t explicitly covered by the Iran deal, is necessary because of Western weapons sales to its regional foes, like Saudi Arabia.
The Fox News host is infamous for his zealous defense of President Donald Trump against all manner of foes and scandals.
The core action involved slicing up huge swaths of foes and racking up massive combos, with the occasional puzzle and boss fight to mix things up.
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Definition of foe for English Language Learners
: an enemy
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