Definition of Enemy:
someone hated or competed against
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Sentence/Example of Enemy:
You and your enemy each had 100 soldiers to distribute, any way you liked, to fight at any of the 13 castles.
He will stand up to our enemies like Putin and aid our allies.
You and your enemy each have 100 soldiers to distribute, any way you like, to fight at any of the 13 castles.
An app could react more quickly than a human to what an enemy aircraft does, for example.
Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines even threatened to treat citizens who defied lockdown orders as enemy soldiers and shoot them.
So I’m working with people in journalism and experts in voting and helping them fight back and to take the battle to the enemy.
Moreover, the narrow-shanked varieties would twist upon impact, thus making them useless for the enemy – in case they wanted to throw these pila back towards the advancing Roman army.
Now while from the geographical perspective it may seem that the Crusaders Kingdoms were isolated in the Levant, beset by enemies on all sides, the truth is that they did have regional allies.
He said, “the enemy of universal basic income is the human mind.”
Not everyone agrees that meat production is the environment’s biggest enemy.