We have no meanings for "war among" in our records yet.
The move stoked fresh fears of a price war among major producers.
A time when war among the tribes will no longer be a threat.
The citizens of a country cannot be at war among themselves.
How could he have anticipated a civil war among the Geometers?
The family in A Whistle in the Dark are at war among themselves.
While they ate, Nicodemus recounted the war among the kobold ruins.
Trenches out of the question, it became a war among shell-craters.
Therefore, we shall never again have war among the great powers.
We have enemies who mean us ill. We cannot fight a war among ourselves.
The Chitchatuk, we soon learned, did not war among themselves.
They war among themselves and the clamor of their battle echoes back through time.
Look, sir, there can't be a war among the gods.
I cannot understand the prevailing views of the war among pious and intelligent Americans.
To him the war among the Sabines was intrusted, colleagues.
These people declare war among themselves at the slightest provocation, or with none whatever.
We're fighting for free markets in this war among other delightful appurtenances of our society.
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