battle


battle
battle [n1] military fight action, assault, attack, barrage, blitzkreig, bloodshed, bombing, brush, campaign, carnage, clash, combat, conflict, contention, crusade, encounter, engagement, fighting, fray, havoc, hostility, onset, onslaught, press, ravage, scrimmage, significant contact, skirmish, sortie, strife, struggle, war, warfare; concept 106 —Ant. truce battle [n2] struggle agitation, campaign, clash, conflict, contest, controversy, crusade, debate, disagreement, dispute, strife; concepts 46,106 battle [v] fight, struggle agitate, argue, clamor, combat, contend, contest, dispute, feud, oppugn, skirmish, strive, tug, war, wrestle; concepts 46,106 —Ant. make peace

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