Associations to the word «Enemy»
ENEMY, noun. Someone who is hostile to, feels hatred towards, opposes the interests of, or intends injury to someone else.
ENEMY, noun. A hostile force or nation; a fighting member of such a force or nation.
ENEMY, noun. An alliance of such forces.
ENEMY, noun. Something harmful or threatening to another
ENEMY, adjective. Of, relating to, or belonging to an enemy
ENEMY COMBATANT, noun. Used other than as an idiom: see enemy, combatant.
ENEMY COMBATANT, noun. (US) (military) Any person in an armed conflict who may be properly detained under the laws and customs of war.
ENEMY COMBATANTS, noun. Plural of enemy combatant
ENEMY IMAGE, noun. A negative perception, usually of a person or group of people, used either consciously or unconsciously to justify or promote discrimination, punishment, and/or violence.
ENEMY, noun. An opposing military force; "the enemy attacked at dawn".
ENEMY, noun. An armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military force); "a soldier must be prepared to kill his enemies".
ENEMY, noun. Any hostile group of people; "he viewed lawyers as the real enemy".
ENEMY, noun. A personal enemy; "they had been political foes for years".
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