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Meanings of Battle:

noun

A sustained fight between large organized armed forces.

Usage examples:

The battle lasted for several hours
verb

Struggle tenaciously to achieve or resist something.

Usage examples:

He has been battling against the illness

Battle-cry

ˈbætəl ˌkraɪ

Meanings of Battle-cry:

noun

A shout given by soldiers as they run towards the enemy

Usage examples:

"reclaim the night" was the battle cry of women fighting for the right to walk safely at night.

Meanings of Battle-scarred:

adjective

Showing signs of damage from bullets, bombs, etc.

Usage examples:

A battle-scarred city/compound, battle-scarred marines, battle-scarred inner-city neighbourhoods, i…

Battle-stations

ˈbæt.əl

Meanings of Battle-stations:

noun

A fight between ...

Meanings of Battleaxe:

noun

A large axe used as a weapon in the past

Usage examples:

Our headmistress was a real old battleaxe.

Meanings of Battled:

verb

Struggle tenaciously to achieve or resist something.

Usage examples:

He has been battling against the illness
noun

A sustained fight between large organized armed forces.

Usage examples:

The battle lasted for several hours

Meanings of Battledore:

noun

A game played with a shuttlecock and rackets, a forerunner of badminton.

Usage examples:

He and i played games like marbles and shuttlecock and battledore.

Meanings of Battledored:

noun

A game played with a shuttlecock and rackets, a forerunner of badminton.

Usage examples:

He and i played games like marbles and shuttlecock and battledore.

Meanings of Battledores:

noun

A game played with a shuttlecock and rackets, a forerunner of badminton.

Usage examples:

He and i played games like marbles and shuttlecock and battledore.

Meanings of Battlefield:

noun

The piece of ground on which a battle is or was fought.

Usage examples:

The battlefields of the great war

Meanings of Battlefields:

noun

The piece of ground on which a battle is or was fought.

Usage examples:

The battlefields of the great war

Meanings of Battlefront:

noun

The place where opposing armies engage in combat.

Usage examples:

The idea is to reduce the risks inherent in routine supply missions to the battlefront

Meanings of Battlefronts:

noun

The place where opposing armies engage in combat.

Usage examples:

The idea is to reduce the risks inherent in routine supply missions to the battlefront

Meanings of Battleground:

noun

The piece of ground on which a battle is or was fought.

Usage examples:

The battlefields of the great war

Meanings of Battlegrounds:

noun

The piece of ground on which a battle is or was fought.

Usage examples:

The battlefields of the great war

Meanings of Battlement:

noun

A parapet at the top of a wall, especially of a fort or castle, that has regularly spaced squared openings for shooting through.

Usage examples:

Here, you can see stone cannon balls built into the castle walls, defensive battlements and interio…

Meanings of Battlements:

noun

A parapet at the top of a wall, especially of a fort or castle, that has regularly spaced squared openings for shooting through.

Usage examples:

Here, you can see stone cannon balls built into the castle walls, defensive battlements and interio…

Meanings of Battler:

noun

A person who battles or fights.

Usage examples:

But the credence of his claims was reinforced by the fact that the brockton-born battler was smalle…

Meanings of Battlers:

noun

A person who battles or fights.

Usage examples:

But the credence of his claims was reinforced by the fact that the brockton-born battler was smalle…

Meanings of Battles:

noun

A sustained fight between large organized armed forces.

Usage examples:

The battle lasted for several hours
verb

Struggle tenaciously to achieve or resist something.

Usage examples:

He has been battling against the illness

Meanings of Battleship:

noun

A heavy warship of a type built chiefly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with extensive armour protection and large-calibre guns.

Usage examples:

Wind has disrupted the advance of great warships like battleships and aircraft carriers.

Meanings of Battleships:

noun

A heavy warship of a type built chiefly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with extensive armour protection and large-calibre guns.

Usage examples:

Wind has disrupted the advance of great warships like battleships and aircraft carriers.

Meanings of Battling:

verb

Struggle tenaciously to achieve or resist something.

Usage examples:

He has been battling against the illness
noun

A sustained fight between large organized armed forces.

Usage examples:

The battle lasted for several hours

Meanings of Batts:

noun

A piece of felted material used for lining or insulating items such as quilts and sleeping bags.

Usage examples:

‘she'd get a lot more out of that cape if she had some batts in there to stiffen out the edges,’ sa…

Meanings of Battue:

noun

The driving of game towards hunters by beaters.

Usage examples:

Heavy investment was made in the nineteenth century in rearing thousands of pheasants for leisured …

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