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Friends of the Earth.
An enemy or opponent.‘join forces against the common foe’
enemy, adversary, opponent, rival, nemesis, antagonist, combatant, challenger, competitor, opposer, hostile partythe opposition, the competition, the other side, the opposing sidecorrival, vierView synonyms
- ‘The next few months will find us regaled by friends and foes at work and play, in print and on screen.’
- ‘Friends and foes alike live in awe of his intellect and in fear of his directness.’
- ‘Each nation is a potential target whether or not they work together to defeat their common foe.’
- ‘The struggle between friends and foes of liberty has in many ways been going on for thousands of years.’
- ‘The faith itself has prospered beyond measure, beyond the imagination of friends and foes.’
- ‘The incident only shows that the Americans find nothing wrong in spying on both friends and foes.’
- ‘This year there is a freshness about the game with rejuvenated forces challenging old foes.’
- ‘He has been warned by friends as well as foes against overstaying, at the mercy of events beyond his control.’
- ‘He populates his play with friends, foes, characters and incidents from Maclean's life and times.’
- ‘Not to detract from the Zelda experience were the enemies and foes along the way.’
- ‘Now, this seems to me would be the natural way of talking for both foes and friends.’
- ‘We must present our case in such a way that we make our foes our friends and not make friends our foes.’
- ‘Having rejoined the world, the Russians are making good use of former friends and foes.’
- ‘We often construe inter-state relations in terms of the metaphor of friends and foes, but misleadingly.’
- ‘A misunderstanding turns the friends to bitter foes and a dangerous game of death begins.’
- ‘However, as friends and foes alike have pointed out, Charles cannot claim to be an expert in all of his areas of interest.’
- ‘The AI levels are high, even on the easier settings, and the enemies make for tenacious foes.’
- ‘It was notable the number of old friends and foes who attended her removal and funeral mass in Swinford.’
- ‘Their unprecedented public embrace confirmed the government was closing ranks against a common foe.’
- ‘Joined by a common foe, Van Helsing and Anna set out to destroy Dracula along with his empire of fear.’
Old English fāh hostile and gefā enemy; related to feud.
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