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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishembattledem‧bat‧tled /ɪmˈbætld/ adjective formal  1 [only before noun]PROBLEM an embattled person, organization etc has many problems or difficulties The embattled president had to resign.2 WARsurrounded by enemies, especially in war or fighting The embattled army finally surrendered.
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embattledThis was an embattled and a battling faith.The embattled mayor explained his position in an interview after the rally.Or else it becomes an increasingly embattled stance, out of touch with the world.Helicopters carried 300 women and children from two embattled villages
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