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English noun: warfare

1. warfare (act) the waging of armed conflict against an enemy


SamplesThousands of people were killed in the war.


Synonymswar


Broader (hypernym)action, military action


Narrower (hyponym)bioattack, biologic attack, biological attack, biological warfare, BW, chemical operations, chemical warfare, civil war, hot war, information warfare, international jihad, IW, jehad, jihad, limited war, psychological warfare, war of nerves, world war


Instance hyponymArab-Israeli War, Arab-Israeli War, Balkan Wars, Boer War, Chino-Japanese War, Crimean War, Franco-Prussian War, French and Indian War, Gulf War, Gulf War, Hundred Years' War, Iran-Iraq War, Korean War, Macedonian War, Mexican War, Napoleonic Wars, Peloponnesian War, Persian Gulf War, Punic War, Russo-Japanese War, Seven Years' War, Sino-Japanese War, Six Day War, Six-Day War, Spanish War, Spanish-American War, Thirty Years' War, Trojan War, Vietnam, Vietnam War, War of 1812, War of Greek Independence, War of the Austrian Succession, War of the Grand Alliance, War of the League of Augsburg, War of the Roses, War of the Spanish Succession, Wars of the Roses, Yom Kippur War


Part holonymaggression, armed combat, battle, combat, conflict, engagement, fight


Domain categoryarmed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine


Domain category membersde-escalation, despoiler, freebooter, looter, pillager, plunderer, raider, side, spoiler, state of war, war

2. warfare (act) an active struggle between competing entities


SamplesA price war.
A war of wits.
Diplomatic warfare.


Synonymswar


Broader (hypernym)battle, conflict, struggle


Narrower (hyponym)drug war, trench warfare









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