Origin of Armageddon
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It’s essentially a reboot of the 1998 Bruce Willis masterpiece “Armageddon,” except no one can agree on what to do about the comet—or whether it even exists.What “Don’t Look Up” gets right—and wrong—about climate change|Tim McDonnell|December 29, 2021|Quartz
I knew: Nuclear Armageddon was staring me in the face on a daily basis.
For instance, both North Korea and China have recently talked about unleashing Armageddon.
With the DR-Congo now Ebola-stricken, fears of an Armageddon are rising.
Within months Musharraf had started a war with India in Kashmir and was taking the country to the brink of Armageddon.The New Head of Pakistan’s Army Holds the Country’s Most Important Job|Bruce Riedel|November 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They lead armies into battle and are in training for the final showdown at Armageddon.
For a long time after he had gone to bed Hyacinth lay awake haunted by his father's prophecy of an Armageddon.
The letter seemed the first clear note of the trumpet summoning him to his father's Armageddon.
They recalled, as so many different things seemed to do, his father's vision of an Armageddon.
There still recurred to him memories of his father's vision of an Armageddon and the conception of his own part in it.
Such were the numbers and such the carnage that men have compared the conflict to that of the nations at Armageddon.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
British Dictionary definitions for Armageddon
Word Origin for Armageddon
Cultural definitions for Armageddon
In the Book of Revelation, the site of the final and conclusive battle between good and evil, involving “the kings of the Earth and the whole world,” on the “great day of God Almighty.”