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foeman (plural foemen)
- (archaic) An enemy; a foe in battle; an armed or unarmed adversary; a demon
- 2000, George R.R. Martin, A Storm of Swords, Bantam 2011, p. 583:
- ‘I count no day as lived unless I have loved a woman, slain a foeman, and eaten a fine meal...and the days that I have lived are as numberless as the stars in the sky.’
- 2009 August 14, Mark Dery, “Smart Bombs: Mark Dery, Steven Pinker on the Nature-Nurture Wars and the Politics of IQ”, in BoingBoing, retrieved 2012-02-10:
- Exhaustively knowledgeable about the science of cognition, and a foeman who gives as good as he gets (if not better) in the nature-versus-nurture culture wars, Pinker seemed the perfect foil for some of my ideas about the IQ test.
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