English version

warring in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarringwar‧ring /ˈwɔːrɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun]  PMWARat war or fighting each otherwarring factions/parties (=groups of people fighting each other)
Examples from the Corpus
warringI think I called a warring, but Ward ignored it.The court has now told the warring couple to each keep half the ashes until they can agree on a resting place.The change began with the anguished division of the old Solidarity opposition into warring factions last year.Fighting between the various warring factions was destroying the country.Thus the Labour Party became a battleground for its own warring factions.Already they've been the target of attacks from warring factions.All attempts to reconcile the two warring groups have failed.Between warring kings, a peacemaker; between adoring spouses, a seducer, or a child.Mrs Ogata suspended the aid on grounds the warring parties were playing politics with people's lives.The warring sides finally came face-to-face at a meeting designed to help them settle their differences.warring factions/partiesAlready they've been the target of attacks from warring factions.The current winner that can temporarily dominate over all the other warring factions?Thus the Labour Party became a battleground for its own warring factions.The warring factions are suggesting drastically different solutions to the crisis.Steps are now being taken to get both warring factions around the negotiating table.The change began with the anguished division of the old Solidarity opposition into warring factions last year.Envoys for peace are trying to bring warring factions together, and individuals and organisations are battling to feed the hungry.