- n. alternative spelling of world war.
“If all steel is produced abroad, how will we be able to produce armaments and supply our economy in the event of a world-war?”
“That India was one of the first colonies to break free of British rule after the second world-war.”
“They (& the current Democrat congress) have apparently bought into the whole Bush/GOP world-war Project for the New American Century campaign; lock stock and barrel.”
“And before the world-war had lasted two weeks — by the time, that is, that mast was rigged in”
“But this we do know, that when her instincts led Mother Nomer to choose the pebbly roof as a background for her mottled feathers, she did just naturally very much the same thing that the soldiers in the world-war did when they made use of great guns painted to look like things they were not, and ships painted to look like the waves beneath them and the clouds in the sky above.”
“The idea was promising enough -- a study of our British best people confronting the ordeal of world-war; but somehow it failed to capture me.”
“While the world-war has brutalized men, it has as a moral paradox added immeasurably to the sum of human nobility.”
“If the world-war should last much longer, then neutrality, as such, will probably go bankrupt.”
“The war would then not have grown as now to be a world-war -- to be the greatest and most tragic catastrophe which the human race has ever suffered.”
“Early in the war Sven Hedin, the Swedish explorer and writer, visited the German front to see the world-war at first hand.”
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