fratricidal

[ fra-tri-sahyd, frey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fratricidal

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So it was in the fratricidal war of 1812 between Canada and the United States.

All fierce addresses to the passions, on either side, are fratricidal.

Who could tell whether a fratricidal struggle might not ensue?

Nor could any augury be made as to the final issue of this fratricidal strife.

Of the dark incidents of that fratricidal war no history will ever tell the truth.

The death of Ludwig the Pious was the signal for a succession of fratricidal wars.

The militarists do not see that every war is fratricidal—that every war is a civil war.

Cornelia was led away upon the steps of the fratricidal monk.

War was now brooding over Canada—the fratricidal War of 1812.

For a generation Hellas tore itself to pieces in a delirium of fratricidal strife.

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internecine

adjectiveinvolving conflict within a group
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