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Sentence count:268+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: warSimilar words: surfacefar fromhear fromwarwarnat warawardwarm upMeaning: n. 1. the waging of armed conflict against an enemy 2. an active struggle between competing entities. 
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1, A regional conflict would erupt into violent warfare.
2, Lawrence expounded on the military aspects of guerrilla warfare.
3, Mobility is very important in guerrilla warfare.
4, He never experienced the full horrors of trench warfare.
5, They are waging warfare with drought.
6, Their army is ill-equipped for modern warfare.
7, These weapons add a new dimension to modern warfare.
8, Rivalry between football fans developed into open warfare.
9, These clashes could develop into open warfare.
10, The debate soon degenerated into open warfare.
11, There is open warfare between the opponents of the plan and its supporters.
12, His writings on motorized warfare dominated strategic thinking in the 1930s.
13, Research involving the use of biological warfare agents will be used for defensive purposes.
14, Unlike snakes, lizards have not specialised in chemical warfare.
15, This was gang warfare of a thoroughly nasty kind.
16, There was also the threat of chemical warfare.
17, The directive did not yet call for guerrilla warfare.
18, Love is a kind of warfareOvid 
19, This was no jailhouse rock,[] this was gang warfare.
20, As you see, the perfect recipe for gang warfare.
21, How has the cat been used in warfare?
22, The age of modern naval warfare was at hand.
23, Mardonios in Thessaly continued Persia's political warfare.
24, Many sports are a form of disciplined warfare.
25, Political warfare fosters the illusion of an active system full of excitement and competition.
26, Much of the violence is related to drugs and gang warfare.
27, At times party rivalries have broken out into open warfare.
28, The dropping of the first atom bomb marked a new epoch in warfare.
29, He left in 1983,( horrified by the devastation that warfare and famine had visited on his homeland.
30, They are out of touch with the realities of modern warfare.
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