adversaries

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It is a weapon our adversaries in today's world do not have.

Instead, now we are building bonds with nations that once were our adversaries.

For this it is which makes its adversaries say rhyme is not natural!

Let the adversaries rage and swell their fills, said Luther, and as long as they can.

And at that Diet we confounded our adversaries in the highest degree.

There are signs of the contagiousness of the idea even in the house of the adversaries.

They could not carry as much traffic as those of either of her two adversaries.

Possibly, like Mephistopheles in Faust, he may retaliate on his adversaries.

Oaths were taken on the terms aforesaid, and the citizens dismissed their adversaries.

The Pale Avengers had destroyed one more of their adversaries.