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
And yes, their respective stories are all just as unpleasant as Westerosi warfare.
Obama dramatically increased the use of drone warfare.
The neighborhoods where government forces are fighting have been under siege for months as grueling urban warfare drew out the operation to retake Iraq's second-largest city.
The U.N. is short of funds, overextended, and has never successfully stopped warfare on its own, as opposed to keeping a peace brokered by others.
Documents indicate the FBI has seized a number of Sullivan’s personal items, including computers, a journal, the money believed stolen from Clark and 18 books related to warfare and weapons.
My neighbor has replaced chemical warfare with another technology, the Butane torch.
Almost twenty years ago, the South American nation of Colombia faced a similar crisis because of violence stoked by guerrilla warfare, paramilitary groups, and drug cartels.
Though coffee had made its way to the city and much of Western Europe decades earlier, the drink was still eyed with as much suspicion as the Turks who helped spread coffee culture through trade, warfare, and travel.
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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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