- n. Plural form of adversary.
“A spokeswoman said it said it used the term "adversaries" only in a general sense.”
“After the energy drinks-backed outfit stole a march on its title adversaries with the blown rear end - which diverts exhaust gases to improve airflow to the car's diffuser - other teams have been frantically playing a game of catch-up.”
“Asking one guy to do that against 500+ adversaries is a little ridiculous.”
“However, it would be refreshing to see a candidate that would protect the homeland, enforce existing immigration laws, negotiate with adversaries from a position of strength, lower taxes to stimulate economic activity, and one who would publicly tout the greatness of the USA and capitalism.”
“Overall, real dollars compared with real dollars spent by potential adversaries is a better measure.”
“In Britain likewise, the battle against external adversaries is simultaneously conducted as the battle against enemies within: two recent acts of parliament, for instance, began requiring new citizens to declare allegiance to the monarch, to promise loyalty to the nation and its "democratic values," and to take a "Britishness" test ensuring proper integration into British society.”
“Can somebody asks him why he thinks talking adversaries is a bad idea since he was released as a result of diplomacy of direct talk.”
“In the aftermath of the Cold War, two long-term adversaries were waxing nostalgic about their governments 'respective propaganda.”
“: There is a sense that the U.S. is preoccupied with Iraq, to the exclusion of focusing on long-term adversaries, strategic adversaries.”
“Filmed on location at an abandoned fort on an island off Boston, “Richard the Second” is a modern-dress version of the classic tragedy of a king whose inability to please allies and contain adversaries leads to his downfall and death.”
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In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
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