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warre (countable and uncountable, plural warres)

  1. Obsolete spelling of war
    • 1572, George Gascoigne, "Dulce Bellum Inexpertis"
      The Poets olde in their fonde fables faine, / That mightie Mars is god of Warre and Strife, / These astronomers thinke, where Mars doth raigne, / That all debate and discorde must he rife,
    • 1651, Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan
      Out Of Civil States, There Is Alwayes Warre Of Every One Against Every One