Origin of chemical warfare
Words nearby chemical warfare
How to use chemical warfare in a sentence
Instead, they “use chemical warfare to stop from being eaten,” said Tina Wismer, senior director of the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center.Cicadas, plants and too much sun: How to keep your pet safe from summer hazards|Angela Haupt|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
There was Carol White, a ho-hum homemaker who finds herself besieged by multiple chemical sensitivity in Safe.
The priority that the regime places on cyber warfare is made clear by its recruiting.Inside the ‘Surprisingly Great’ North Korean Hacker Hotel|Michael Daly|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Methane is a familiar chemical, whether you know it by that name or not.
However, their presence shows that Mars could have a more complex and evolving chemical story.
Lakes on Titan are full of methane, and the chemical is a major component of the giant planets Jupiter, Neptune, and so forth.
I never had to fight again except as an unwilling participant in our foreign warfare.
It is true that they wanted the picturesque splendour of ancient warfare.
One of the latest uses to which asbestos has been proposed to be applied in connection with warfare is as a coating for ironclads.Asbestos|Robert H. Jones
Its chemical composition is unknown, but it is nitrogenous, and is believed to be produced by the decomposition of gluten.
It has been obtained for chemical examination, principally from peas and beans, and from the almond and oats.
British Dictionary definitions for chemical warfare
Cultural definitions for chemical warfare
The use of chemical agents as a weapon of war or terror. From the mustard gas used in World War I to the highly lethal neurotoxin Sarin that is potentially available for use today, chemicals are considered a weapon of mass destruction, and their use is condemned by most civilized nations.