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
Recent Examples of warfare from the Web
Ending months of bitter political warfare, Gov. Rick Scott and House Speaker Richard Corcoran publicly made peace Friday after striking a deal that will include more money for schools, economic development and tourism.
Just in case anyone thought this meant the end of the GOP-on-GOP warfare in the Florida Legislature -- no.
Mine warfare capabilities onboard on the LCS are considered one of its most important features given that the Navy is retiring legacy mine hunting vehicles, replacing them with smaller unmanned crafts.
The plot about government agents using psychological warfare may be the script’s least convincing element — and possibly the most topical.
The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.
The jihadists are equipped to transfer to insurgent-style warfare.
And this happened during a period of constant warfare in which Puerto Ricans continued to enroll in the military at a rate almost twice as high as the rest of the population.
The Romans also employed a previously unknown form of psychological warfare to terrify the Scots and undermine their resistance.
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Origin and Etymology of warfare
Middle English, from werre, warre war + fare journey, passage — more at fare
First Known Use: 15th century
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.
WARFARE Defined for Kids
Definition of warfare for Students
1 : military fighting between enemies
2 : conflict between opposing forces or for a particular end
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