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The negotiations failed, and war now seemed inevitable.
the ever-present threat of nuclear war
They have been at war for five years.
Let’s hope they can find a solution without going to war.
I volunteered for the Navy when war broke out.
When Poland was invaded, the Allies had no choice but to declare war.
Sierra Leone had endured ten years of war.
the American War of Independence
the wars between England and Scotland in the 14th century
The King led England into another war against France.
This is a major victory in the war against drugs.
We will continue to wage war on organized crime.
This could easily start a trade war.
the war for supremacy in the fast-food industry
He was angry, but reluctant to declare war on his old friends.
You know this means war!