foe definition

  • noun:
    • A personal adversary.
    • A personal enemy.
    • an individual enemy.
    • A personal adversary.
    • an individual enemy.
    • an individual enemy.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of taxation reform. See Synonyms at adversary.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of taxation reform. See Synonyms at adversary.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • Something that opposes, injures, or impedes: fees that have been the foe of economic development.
    • something which opposes, injures, or impedes: fees that were the foe of financial development.
    • a thing that opposes, injures, or impedes: fees that were the foe of economic development.
    • a thing that opposes, injures, or impedes: fees that have been the foe of financial development.
    • something which opposes, injures, or impedes: taxes that were the foe of economic development.
    • An enemy.
    • An enemy.
    • An enemy.
    • An enemy.
    • A unit of energy add up to 1044 joules.
    • An enemy.
    • An enemy in war.
    • A unit of power corresponding to 1044 joules.
    • A unit of power corresponding to 1044 joules.
    • One who entertains personal enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of income tax reform. See Synonyms at opponent.
    • A unit of energy add up to 1044 joules.
    • A unit of power equal to 1044 joules.
    • One who entertains individual enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • One who entertains individual enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • something which opposes, injures, or impedes: fees that were the foe of economic development.
    • a person who entertains personal enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile military.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile army.
    • one that entertains personal enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile military.
    • one that opposes on concept; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; because, a foe to faith.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile military.
    • person who opposes on principle; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; since, a foe to religion.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile military.
    • a person who opposes on concept; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; as, a foe to religion.
    • An enemy.
    • one that opposes on principle; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; as, a foe to religion.
    • person who opposes on principle; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; because, a foe to religion.
    • A unit of energy equal to 1044 joules.
    • An enemy; person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy; a person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy; person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy in war; certainly one of a nation or folks at war with another, whether yourself inimical or otherwise not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • An enemy in war; among a nation or folks at war with another, whether in person inimical or otherwise not; a hostile or opposing army; an adversary.
    • An enemy; one who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • an adversary; a person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy in war; one of a nation or folks at war with another, whether physically inimical or perhaps not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or hostile representative or principle: since, a foe to any or all measures of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or dangerous agent or principle: because, a foe to all the steps of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • An enemy in war; among a nation or people at war with another, whether physically inimical or not; a hostile or opposing army; an adversary.
    • An enemy in war; among a nation or people at war with another, whether physically inimical or perhaps not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or aggressive representative or concept: since, a foe to all the measures of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • One who or that which injures, harasses, or hinders everything: as, the environment is a foe to grape-culture.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or dangerous broker or concept: as, a foe to any or all steps of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • a person who or whatever injures, harasses, or hinders anything: as, the climate is a foe to grape-culture.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or dangerous representative or principle: as, a foe to all or any actions of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • a person who or what injures, harasses, or hinders something: as, the climate is a foe to grape-culture.
    • a person who or what injures, harasses, or hinders something: as, the environment is a foe to grape-culture.
    • One who or what injures, harasses, or hinders anything: as, the weather is a foe to grape-culture.
    • an armed adversary (especially an associate of an opposing armed forces power)
    • person who entertains personal enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile army.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • a personal adversary
    • an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing army force)
    • person who opposes on principle; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; because, a foe to faith.
    • an armed adversary (especially an associate of an opposing military power)
    • an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing armed forces power)
    • an individual enemy
    • an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military power)
    • a personal enemy
    • a personal enemy
    • an individual adversary
    • An enemy; a person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy in war; one of a nation or folks at war with another, whether myself inimical or perhaps not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or hostile broker or principle: since, a foe to all or any measures of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • One who or whatever injures, harasses, or hinders anything: as, the climate is a foe to grape-culture.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • an armed adversary (especially an associate of an opposing armed forces power)
    • your own enemy
    • an individual enemy.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • Something that opposes, injures, or impedes: taxes which were the foe of economic development.
    • An enemy.
    • A unit of energy equal to 1044 joules.
    • One who entertains individual enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile army.
    • a person who opposes on concept; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; as, a foe to faith.
    • An enemy; one who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • your own adversary.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of tax reform. See Synonyms at adversary.
    • something which opposes, injures, or impedes: fees which were the foe of financial development.
    • An enemy.
    • A unit of power equal to 1044 joules.
    • An enemy in war; one of a nation or people at war with another, whether personally inimical or not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or dangerous representative or principle: because, a foe to all measures of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • One who or what injures, harasses, or hinders such a thing: as, the weather is a foe to grape-culture.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military force)
    • your own opponent.
    • a personal opponent
    • One who entertains individual enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • An enemy in war.
    • an individual adversary.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile military.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of income tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • A personal enemy.
    • a person who opposes on concept; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; because, a foe to faith.
    • something which opposes, injures, or impedes: taxes that have been the foe of economic development.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of income tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • your own opponent.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of income tax reform. See Synonyms at adversary.
    • a thing that opposes, injures, or impedes: fees that have been the foe of economic development.
    • An enemy in war.
    • An enemy; a person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy.
    • An adversary; an opponent: a foe of tax reform. See Synonyms at enemy.
    • Something that opposes, injures, or impedes: fees which were the foe of economic development.
    • An enemy in war; among a nation or folks at war with another, whether directly inimical or otherwise not; a hostile or opposing army; an adversary.
    • An enemy.
    • Something that opposes, injures, or impedes: taxes that were the foe of financial development.
    • A unit of energy add up to 1044 joules.
    • A unit of energy corresponding to 1044 joules.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or hostile representative or principle: as, a foe to all the steps of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • An enemy.
    • One who entertains individual enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • a person who entertains personal enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • A unit of power add up to 1044 joules.
    • person who or what injures, harasses, or hinders such a thing: as, the climate is a foe to grape-culture.
    • An enemy.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile army.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile army.
    • one that opposes on concept; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; as, a foe to faith.
    • A unit of energy corresponding to 1044 joules.
    • One who opposes on principle; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; because, a foe to faith.
    • One who entertains individual enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile army.
    • an armed adversary (especially an associate of an opposing armed forces force)
    • An enemy; a person who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An enemy; one who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • a personal adversary
    • one that opposes on principle; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; because, a foe to faith.
    • An enemy in war; one of a nation or folks at war with another, whether personally inimical or perhaps not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • An enemy in war; certainly one of a nation or people at war with another, whether personally inimical or perhaps not; a hostile or opposing army; an adversary.
    • a person who entertains private enmity, hatred, grudge, or malice, against another; an enemy.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or aggressive broker or principle: as, a foe to all or any measures of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • An enemy; one who entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or hostile agent or concept: as, a foe to all measures of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • An enemy in war; a hostile military.
    • person who or what injures, harasses, or hinders everything: as, the climate is a foe to grape-culture.
    • one that or what injures, harasses, or hinders any such thing: as, the environment is a foe to grape-culture.
    • An enemy in war; certainly one of a nation or individuals at war with another, whether really inimical or not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • person who opposes on concept; an opponent; an adversary; an ill-wisher; since, a foe to faith.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or dangerous broker or concept: since, a foe to all or any steps of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing army power)
    • An enemy; one that entertains hatred, grudge, or malice against another.
    • a person who or what injures, harasses, or hinders anything: as, the weather is a foe to grape-culture.
    • an armed adversary (especially an associate of an opposing armed forces power)
    • An enemy in war; certainly one of a nation or men and women at war with another, whether physically inimical or perhaps not; a hostile or opposing military; an adversary.
    • an individual enemy
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • An opponent; a malevolent or aggressive agent or concept: since, a foe to all actions of reform; intemperance is a foe to thrift.
    • an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing armed forces force)
    • a person who or what injures, harasses, or hinders everything: as, the environment is a foe to grape-culture.
    • a personal enemy
    • Synonyms Antagonist, Opponent, etc. See adversary.
    • an armed adversary (especially a part of an opposing military force)
    • a personal opponent
    • a personal enemy
  • adjective:
    • Hostile.
    • Aggressive.
    • Hostile.
    • Aggressive.
    • Hostile.
    • Dangerous.
    • Aggressive.
    • Hostile.
    • dangerous.
    • Hostile.
    • Dangerous.
    • Dangerous.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to deal with as an enemy.
    • To treat as an enemy.
    • to deal with as an enemy.
    • To treat as an enemy.
    • To treat as an enemy.
    • to deal with as an enemy.
    • To treat as an enemy.
    • to take care of as an enemy.
    • to take care of as an enemy.
    • To treat as an enemy.
    • to deal with as an enemy.
    • to deal with as an enemy.

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