enemy

[ en-uh-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF enemy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENEMY

From one enemy of Robert the transition is brief and natural to another.

Having a partiality for Robert, this was not likely to recommend his enemy in her eyes.

They were built upon high cliffs and rumor had it that no enemy could take them.

How little has been the effect of this example on the conduct of the enemy!

We cannot expect to make everyone our friend, but we can try to make no one our enemy.

If a man had once been with them he could only leave them to become an enemy.

Let me know any intelligence you may gain of the enemy's strength or movements.

Had this corps been well trained the enemy must have been beaten.

Suddenly the door is pulled open with a jerk and our enemy leaps in.

Every creature whose rival I could possibly become is my enemy.

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