Examples of warfare in a Sentence
that troubled household seems to be almost constantly in a state of warfare
companies engaged in constant warfare for dominance in the market for home computers
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Puja, whether on her own initiative or at Sheela’s instigation, also was apparently trying to culture a live AIDS virus in a secret biological-warfare laboratory at Rajneeshpuram when the commune, happily, self-destructed.
Putin is conducting massive information of political warfare against these countries.
The resulting scandal, which follows earlier revelations about how fake news and Russian cyber-warfare efforts on Facebook may have had an effect on voters political leanings, has already wiped out nearly $50 billion in stock value for the company.
Loyalty The second addition that de-emphasizes warfare is also the expansion's biggest new system: loyalty.
Recently, this staple of warfare started sharing its digs with a new branch: cyber.
This language, tougher than Mrs May had dared to hope, clears the way for further collective EU action, including on beefing up defensive instruments against Russian hybrid warfare, later this year.
One East Coast gumshoe, posting under the screen name Undead Molly, offered a Marxist interpretation: a mob of blue-collar workers, resentful of rich college students, was carrying out the drownings as an act of class warfare.
Look by Solmaz Sharif A finalist for the 2016 National Book Award, Look examines what happens to human emotion in the midst of warfare.
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WARFARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of warfare for English Language Learners
: military fighting in a war
: activity that is done as part of a struggle between competing groups, companies, etc.
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