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strategics

[ struh-tee-jiks ]
/ strəˈti dʒɪks /
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noun (used with a singular verb)
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Origin of strategics

First recorded in 1850–55; see origin at strategic, -ics
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How to use strategics in a sentence

  • The ants in one garden were excessively agitated, no doubt disconcerted in their strategics.

    Astronomy for Amateurs|Camille Flammarion
  • Is it dramatic to make Cyrus speak in this way as if he were lecturing a class on strategics?

    Cyropaedia|Xenophon
  • The influence of improvements in all kinds of weapons and machinery of war is further and further to complicate strategics.

    Defenseless America|Hudson Maxim
  • And all these proposals, based on strategics and tactics, contradict each other.

    War and Peace|Leo Tolstoy

British Dictionary definitions for strategics

strategics
/ (strəˈtiːdʒɪks) /

noun
(functioning as singular) strategy, esp in a military sense
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