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Battle Noun Synonyms
fight, conflict, combat, action, encounter, clash, engagement, struggle, Donnybrook, fray, affray, brawl, fracas, mele, contest, duel, hand-to-hand encounter
You won the battle, but you lost the war. And now, the battle between the world champion and the challenger.

Battle Verb Synonyms
fight, contend, struggle, fight with, strive against, combat
We must battle against ignorance at every opportunity.

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Beasts Of Battle

Entertainment / Literature / Beasts Of Battle: A motif common in medieval Germanic literature (including Anglo-Saxon, Old Norse, and continental German poems) in which a raven, a wolf, and an eagle (or vulture) appear in short sequence--often one MORE

Battle Of Hastings

Entertainment / Literature / Battle Of Hastings: This battle in 1066 CE marks the rough boundary between the end of the Anglo-Saxon (Old English) period from about 450-1066 CE and the beginning of the Middle English period from about 1066-1450. No o MORE

Danelaw

Entertainment / Literature / Danelaw: (Anglo-Saxon, Dena lagu) The region of northeast England up to the southern part of Scotland that was conquered and inhabited by Viking invaders. In 871 CE, a Wessex army under King Aethelred (the Wes MORE

Licensed Game

Entertainment / Video Games / Licensed Game: A game based on a property that isn't owned by the publisher. For instance, THQ made a Battlebots game. THQ didn't have the rights to make a game using the name 'Battlebots' until they got a license f MORE

Medieval

Entertainment / Literature / Medieval: The period of time roughly a thousand years long between the fall of the Roman Empire and the emergence of the Renaissance. Actual starting and ending points are somewhat arbitrary when describing the MORE

Fragment

Entertainment / Literature / Fragment: An incomplete piece of literature--one the author never finished entirely--such as Coleridge's 'Kubla Khan'--or one in which part of the manuscript has been lost due to damage or neglect--such as the MORE