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
Her cabinet is engaged in open warfare as rivals position themselves to replace her.
Thrones has been off-air so long—the last season premiered in April 2016—because the showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss wanted extra time to prep all the warfare on the way.
The drills will involve the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier and include anti-submarine warfare practice, according to the U.S. Embassy in India.
Although a fraction the size of Iraq’s Mosul, Raqqa’s urban warfare may prove as grueling, and those fighting the extremists risk being dragged into side battles with other groups in Syria’s complex civil war.
Trolling initiatives such as #CNNBlackmail are often strategized with the destructive efficiency of guerilla warfare.
And yes, their respective stories are all just as unpleasant as Westerosi warfare.
Identity politics, class warfare and big government all made comebacks.
Obama dramatically increased the use of drone 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.
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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