warfare

[ wawr-fair ]
/ ˈwɔrˌfɛər /

noun

the process of military struggle between two nations or groups of nations; war.
armed conflict between two massed enemies, armies, or the like.
conflict, especially when vicious and unrelenting, between competitors, political rivals, etc.

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Origin of warfare

1425–75; late Middle English werefare, i.e., a faring forth to war; see war1, fare

OTHER WORDS FROM warfare

sem·i·war·fare, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for warfare

warfare
/ (ˈwɔːˌfɛə) /

noun

the act, process, or an instance of waging war
conflict, struggle, or strife
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