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  • EN [ fəʊ]
  • US [ foʊ]

English definition


  • 1. an armed adversary (especially a member of an opposing military force);

    • "a soldier must be prepared to kill his enemies"
  • 2. a personal enemy;

    • "they had been political foes for years"

Example sentences

  • With power and to spare we must pursue the tottering foe.

  • The stag at bay is a dangerous foe.

  • The devil is a defeated foe.

  • A Paladin's justice a thing from which no foe can escape.

  • Hatred with friend is succour to foe.

  • It is great to change foe to friend.

  • Our foe is a deadly enemy!

  • His poetry and the play obtained people's praise at that time, including its foe FuShe writer.

  • Spurred on, they joined in battle and defeated the foe.

  • A friend is a friend ; a foe is a foe; one must be clearly distinguished from the other.

  • Fanatics are great against a sheer cannon inspired foe.

  • She's friend asas foe, and I'd probably miss her if she left.

  • He has won the victory and defeated every foe.

  • Hope creates a heaven for us , Despair makes ahell foe us.

  • And my foe beheld It'shine.

  • He knew that Karl could be an implacable foe.

  • Foe man is man and master of his futa.

  • Any man or State who marches with Hitler is our foe.

  • She turned to face her last foe.

  • How long will the enemy mock you, O God? Will the foe revile your name forever?

  • Aye, that's a good weapon, balanced against any foe.

  • He makes no friend who never makes a foe.

  • I do not know it is well foe me or not, but and lose the fight!

  • Shakur loses his fragile grip on reality and starts blasting away at friends and foe alike.

Synonym discrimination

  • opponent, competitor, enemy, foe, rival



Meaning of foe

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