Definition of 'state of war'
Example sentences containing 'state of war'
Surely nothing but a state of war can exist between the French and their German cousins for all time.ANTI-ICE (2001)
He was trapped by a state of war he regarded as human sinfulness, in which he could feel no sympathy for either side.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2001)
It seemed that her instincts and her mind had been in a state of war ever since Jake Mallory walked into her life.AMBERBEACH (2001)
Definition of state of war from the Collins English Dictionary
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