Team Tito then claimed that Jameson is lying, and furthermore, that she's battling an addiction to OxyContin.
He is battling on alone at a time when the Republican Party has completely collapsed.
There, he would spend the next decade battling toe-to-toe with his old employer.
Of he course he is not popular among the people he is battling.
Abbas' Fatah party had been battling with Hamas since the latter seized power in the Gaza Strip four years ago.
He hadn't the sense to realise that Lean Bear was only battling with him to keep him awake—alive.
It was sad to see her in these surroundings, battling against the inevitable.
There stood Alvarado unhorsed and battling, with the savages pressing upon his rear.
René, battling with his second parcel, shrugged his shoulders.
Many of these people were gallant soldiers in the late war, and since 1865 have been battling for the Democratic party in Alabama.
c.1300, from Old French bataille "battle, single combat," also "inner turmoil, harsh circumstances; army, body of soldiers," from Late Latin battualia "exercise of soldiers and gladiators in fighting and fencing," from Latin battuere "to beat, to strike" (see batter (v.)). Phrase battle royal "fight involving several combatants" is from 1670s.
early 14c., "to fight," from French batailler (12c.), from bataille (see battle (n.)). Related: Battled; battling.