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A new tactical triad is emerging in the 21st century battlefield—special forces, unmanned systems, and cyber will be far more important going forward.

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Flesch commended the triad of independent methods that the researchers used to tackle that challenge.

In fact, some public health experts even suggest that they ought to be a fourth member of the “classic triad.”

There was a triad of characteristics identifying this as a substantial tornado on the ground.

If you broaden the causal diagram, as with the cumulative triad risk score, you get a more meaningful assessment of injury risk.

The decision to rebuild the nuclear triad includes a new long-range cruise missile.

Notably, the future of the nuclear-deterrence triad seems more assured than it has for many years.

Her triad helps us understand what postmodernism is doing to us.

Of that lethal triad, vanity seems to be the most fatal quality.

The Clinton triad united for the final event of the summit, with Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea appearing together on stage.

De Robeck and Keyes came over from the Triad to unravel knotty points.

Malcolm hurried off; I left a little before 6.30 and went, via the Chatham, back to the Triad.

There is extant a British Triad inculcating the three maxims for good health as “cheerfulness, temperance, and early rising”.

He was the chief figure in a triad in which he figured as earth god, with Anu as god of the sky and Ea as god of the deep.

Nitrogen in the triad condition in the amines is far less poisonous than in the pentad condition.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to triad, such as: triumvirate, ternion, three, threesome, trey, and triangle.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.