combatant

[ kuh m-bat-nt, kom-buh-tuh nt, kuhm- ]SEE DEFINITION OF combatant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMBATANT

At length not a combatant was to be seen, but the ground was strewn with the dead and dying.

To beat a combatant is to disable or dishearten him for further fighting.

Against pistols and poniards he would scarce count as a combatant.

Numenius was the last Platonist, as Posidonius was the last Stoic combatant.

He was not the only one of his department who served as a combatant on that day.

The citizenship of the combatant, is in such circumstances, immaterial.

The citizenship of the combatant is, in such circumstances, immaterial.

He is not a compromiser, but a combatant, and his blows have been telling ones.

In this age of battle, father, you have yourself been a combatant?

"I fancy he may be counted as a combatant all through," the Doctor muttered.

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