an instrument of war; weapon
Secretaries organized, tracked, and distributed the massive supplies necessary to keep the war machine running.
His girlfriend was talking to a friend of mine and war machine walked up and slapped her.
And did you know it was going to happen because of war machine's outburst at your birthday party back in 2009?
Britain's war machine might be considered the anti-Gosford Park view of Britain.
In that incident, according to participants who were there, a performer known as Alex Knight was punched by war machine.
She had spent upward of forty years in perfecting her war machine; the British have built a better one in less than three.
America was in France, and the doom of the German war machine was at hand.
Never had the three boys from Brighton anticipated such co-ordinated efficiency in the workings of a war machine.
Then I began to resent your complete absorption by the war machine.
The needs of the war machine called upon a wide range of individual talents, and this range did not exclude the artists.