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Is it the right to have enough guns and ammunition on hand to wage war against a small city?

It gave the president the authority to wage war anywhere in the world that al-Qaeda was suspected to have a presence.

“I do not want to wage war against what is ugly,” wrote Nietzsche.

Increasingly rejecting the learning-experience narrative, a number of interns are successfully winning the wage war in court.

On weekends, some slipped back over the border into Afghanistan to wage war against the Russians.

They wage war as a tribe on account of wrongs done to a private individual.

But only the Anarchists dare wage war upon all and every form of wrong, and they are few in number, lacking in power.

If he wish to wage war with me, I will go forth, and I will snatch his soul from him.'

What insufferable madness is this—to wage war with so great cost and labour, but with no pay except either death or crime?

Other indignant citizens announced that they would band themselves secretly together and wage war on Ku Kluxism.


On this page you'll find 158 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wage war, such as: assault, attack, battle, bear arms, box, and brawl.

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