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Foe meaning in English

Meaning of Foe in English

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1. enemy, foe, foeman, opposition

an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military force)

Example Sentences:
'a soldier must be prepared to kill his enemies'

2. enemy, foe

a personal enemy

Example Sentences:
'they had been political foes for years'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


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formal or literary another word for enemy
abbreviation for
Friends of the Earth

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Fraternal Order of Eagles
enemy (in all senses)

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a. A personal enemy or opponent.
b. One who is opposed to an idea or cause: a foe of tax reform.
2. An enemy in war.
3. Something that is destructive or injurious: taxes that were the foe of economic development.

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