- combat neurosis,
- combat team,
- combat trousers,
- combat zone,
- combe-capelle man
Origin of combatant
Examples from the Web for combatant
It is immaterial if the infidel is a combatant or a civilian.
Of most interest are the English-speaking narrator and a masked American-accented combatant featured in the film.
Both my combatant and I claimed that the other was at fault.Ben Carson Was a Role Model for Black Teens Until He Sold Out to the Right|Joshua DuBois|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Simply redistributing power to combatant factions on the basis of the territory under their control would be a huge error.
But you have deep respect for your combatant who you went through it with.Plouffe: Hillary Clinton ‘Probably the Strongest Candidate’ for 2016|Lloyd Grove|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And already he had passed the spears: one gage was forgotten, one combatant unblessed.The Fair God|Lew Wallace
The goats themselves soon lost their power to struggle against such a combatant.The Solitary of Juan Fernandez, or The Real Robinson Crusoe|Joseph Xavier Saintine
To provide in successive bodies adequate numbers of men to be trained and used as combatant forces.World's War Events, Vol. II|Various
But in his rage Mr. Palsey had forgotten how much weaker and smaller he was than his combatant.Daisy Ashford: Her Book|Daisy Ashford
At these fierce engagements Nicholson was present as a commissariat officer, and not, to his regret, as a combatant.John Nicholson|R. E. Cholmeley
mid-15c. (adj.), late 15c. (n.), from Old French combatant (Modern French combattant) "skilled at fighting, warlike" (also used as a noun in Old French), present participle adjective of combattre (see combat (v.)).