Antonyms for battles

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It is like a life of Napoleon with all the battles left out.

These were not the men to endure privations and fight their country's battles.

These night battles with death roused all her fighting blood.

"You let that kid fight his own battles," said Henry Anderson roughly.

It is from this point of view that we must deal with the early idea of God as a God of battles.

And now that I can read no more, I have but one pleasure,—to tell of my battles.

And the battles which wreck ministers are waged round his name.

He landed, fought, and won two battles, and signed the Convention of Cintra.

With special fury the battles raged in the neighborhood of Jednorozez.

The heroes marched to Cattraeth with the day; Was not the most celebrated of battles disgraced?