She is a moderate, a mother, a wife, a citizen and a foe of gun control.
In a GOP runoff today, candidate T.J. Fabby has attacked his foe for accepting Muslim money.
A grand and brand new strategy will only blur critical distinctions and confuse friend and foe alike.
Enter his number one fan—and ex-partner—former Sarkozy foe Ségolène Royal.
Friend and foe alike would agree that he was a human tidal wave.
But Thrax had raised the blade again, and charged the foe like a lion.
What war could ravish, commerce could bestow, And he returned a friend, who came a foe.
This ordeal did not damp their courage; soon came to close quarters with foe.
It is desired to hurt a foe while those who serve it run no risk.
The stealthy footfalls told Elmer that his foe was heading straight for the river bank and that he was in the Ute's path.
Old English gefa "foe, enemy, adversary in a blood feud" (the prefix denotes "mutuality"), from fah "at feud, hostile," from Proto-Germanic *fakhaz (cf. Old High German fehan "to hate," Gothic faih "deception"), probably from PIE root *peig- "evil-minded, treacherous, hostile" (cf. Sanskrit pisunah "malicious," picacah "demon;" Greek pikros "bitter;" Lithuanian piktas "wicked, angry," pekti "to blame"). Weaker sense of "adversary" is first recorded c.1600.