|exuberant battle cry||rebel yell|
|(died 1057) king of Scotland after killing Duncan I in battle; tragedy by William Shakespeare narrating the tale of King Macbeth of Scotland||Macbeth|
|(Hinduism) one of the principle Vedic deities, Vedic god of battle and rain||Indra|
|ability or willingness to fight, battle, combat; wrestle; quarrel; boxing match; desire to do battle, battle; combat; wrestle; advance through great effort, box against somebody, carry on battle or contest, go to war, oppose something, struggle, strugg...||fight|
|able to be occupied, capable of being defended in battle, resistant, may be carried out, with reasonable arguments to support it||tenable|
|act as respectable cover for, area of activity, aspect of something, at or near the front, battle zone, be the head of, beginning or first pages, confront, cover for illegal activities, deliberately assumed behavior, detachable shirt front, direction i...||front|
|active or operational state, agreement to marry, battle, commitment to attend, obligation; betrothal, promise to marry; period of employment; battle, fight, pledge for something, short job||engagement|
|adaptation important to evolutionary success, planning in any field, planning of war, plans or methods created for the purpose of achieving a goal; science of preparing long-term battle plans (Military)||strategy|
|advance troops, leading position or people, troops in the forefront of the battle; leading position in an movement, those who are on the cutting edge of a trend||vanguard|
|advertising phrase, motto, phrase which summarizes the principles of a group or organization; catchword, attention getting phrase used in advertising; Scottish battle cry||slogan|
|affected by battle fatigue, stunned or exhausted||shell-shocked|
|all-destroying war, biblical battle between good and evil||Armageddon|
|ancient Norse warrior known for savagery and reckless frenzy in battle, berserk, frenzied Norse warrior||berserker|
|antagonist of Jesus Christ, any opponent of Jesus Christ, false messiah that will battle Jesus at his second coming; one who opposes Christ||Antichrist|
|any of several people groups located in central and eastern India; languages spoken by these people groups; battle which brought to an end the Roman civil war (45 BC), Indian language group, speaker of Munda||Munda|
|area in northeastern Virginia, just east of Richmond, that was the site of the Battle of Fair Oaks and Seven Pines (1862)||Fair Oaks|
|area of conflict, place of battle, place where a battle is fought||battlefield|
|armed fighting between groups, battle, combat, struggle; be in a state of war, be in a struggle, conflict, make war, methods of warfare, of combat, pertaining to war, period during war, serious effort to end something, state or period of combat between...||war|
|arrange in order of battle, to array for battle; to equip as for battle; supply with battlements, build something with battlements, fortify something, position forces||embattle|
|at this moment, at this moment; exactly, precisely; almost; only; barely, scarcely; really, fair and impartial, equitable; correct; suitable, appropriate, proper; deserved; exact, precise; genuine, in the immediate past, joust, battle between two knigh...||just|
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