war|fare


war|fare
war|fare «WR FAIR», noun.
1. war; fighting; armed conflict: »

Modern warfare has moved away from the days when soldiers with rifles were the most important part of an army (Payson S. Wild).

2. Figurative. any struggle or contest.
[Middle English werefare < werre war, conflict + fare a going, Old English faru journey]

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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