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warring

Syllabification: war·ring
Pronunciation: /ˈwôriNG
 
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Definition of warring in English:

adjective

[attributive]
(Of two or more people or groups) in conflict with each other: warring factions a warring couple
More example sentences
  • But they also know that if we cut and run, their country would be at the mercy of warring groups which are united only in their distaste for democracy.
  • The security troops stood by around the campus at the request of the warring groups and the university rector.
  • Indeed, human rights are the middle ground on which they tried to bring together the warring groups.
Synonyms
opposing, conflicting, at war, fighting, battling, quarreling;
competing, hostile, rival

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