Word "WAR" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the waging of armed conflict against an enemy
Synonyms:
warfare
Examples:
thousands of people were killed in the war

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a legal state created by a declaration of war and ended by official declaration during which the international rules of war apply
Synonyms:
state of war
Examples:
war was declared in November but actual fighting did not begin until the following spring

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an active struggle between competing entities
Synonyms:
warfare
Examples:
a price war
a war of wits
diplomatic warfare

Crossword Clues for WAR

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Simple card game Thomas Joseph 18 Jan 2022
Mindless two-player card game New York Times 17 Jan 2022
*Word in a classic Tolstoy title New York Times 05 Jan 2022
Simple card game Thomas Joseph 21 Dec 2021
Journalist Hemingway's assignment LA Times Daily 19 Dec 2021
Armed conflict The Telegraph Quick 15 Dec 2021
State of conflict The Telegraph Quick 10 Dec 2021
Card game for two Universal 30 Nov 2021
Tug of ___ USA Today 18 Nov 2021
Churchill ___ Rooms (London tourist attraction) New York Times 31 Oct 2021
Two-player card game USA Today 26 Oct 2021
Armed conflict Canadiana 25 Oct 2021
Card-beats-card game LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2021
Card-beats-card game The Washington Post 14 Oct 2021
Fighting Thomas Joseph 12 Oct 2021
Peace's counterpart USA Today 09 Oct 2021
"This means ___!" Universal 06 Oct 2021
Simple card game Thomas Joseph 06 Oct 2021
Battle The Telegraph Quick 28 Sep 2021
Card-vs.-card game The Washington Post 27 Sep 2021
Card-vs.-card game LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2021
Tolstoy title word The Washington Post 26 Sep 2021
Hostilities The Telegraph Quick 26 Sep 2021
Tolstoy title word LA Times Daily 26 Sep 2021
Series of campaigns Wall Street Journal 22 Sep 2021
Armed conflict Eugene Sheffer 17 Sep 2021
Armed conflict Canadiana 13 Sep 2021
Series of campaigns Wall Street Journal 02 Sep 2021
Military conflict The Telegraph Quick 28 Aug 2021
Simple card game USA Today 18 Aug 2021
Target of some Bob Dylan songs LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2021
Target of some Bob Dylan songs The Washington Post 15 Aug 2021
Basic card game LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2021
Basic card game The Washington Post 08 Aug 2021
Card game that's all luck Universal 25 Jul 2021
Armed conflict Eugene Sheffer 13 Jul 2021
High-card-wins game The Washington Post 06 Jul 2021
High-card-wins game LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2021
Armed conflict Newsday 06 Jul 2021
Mars' concern Newsday 25 Jun 2021
Mindless card game Wall Street Journal 15 Jun 2021
Band whose name is a potential answer to its song title 'Why Can't We Be Friends?' The Washington Post Sunday 06 Jun 2021
Card game for two, usually LA Times Daily 05 Jun 2021
Card game for two, usually The Washington Post 05 Jun 2021
Two-player card game USA Today 02 Jun 2021
Huge battle Premier Sunday 30 May 2021
Conflict The Telegraph Quick 25 May 2021
Price __ LA Times Daily 20 May 2021
Price __ The Washington Post 20 May 2021
__ games (military practice) Newsday 12 May 2021
All's fair in love and this Universal 11 May 2021
___ bonnet (sacred Native headdress) USA Today 10 May 2021
Game of luck The Washington Post 08 May 2021
Game of luck LA Times Daily 08 May 2021
All-out conflict Newsday 05 May 2021
Large-scale conflict The Times Concise 04 May 2021
'___ is mainly a catalog of blunders': Churchill New York Times 02 May 2021
1970 #1 hit with the line "What is it good for?" LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2021
1970 #1 hit with the line 'What is it good for?' The Washington Post 30 Apr 2021
Tug of ___ USA Today 20 Apr 2021
Not peace The Telegraph Quick 27 Mar 2021
Card game of chance Universal 26 Mar 2021
'I have seen ___. I have seen ___ on land and sea. ... I hate ___.': F.D.R New York Times 11 Mar 2021
Basic card game Universal 07 Mar 2021
It's bigger than a battle Family Time 28 Feb 2021
Retain from rainwater - any major employer would invest in it? Irish Times Crosaire 27 Feb 2021
Kids' card game Eugene Sheffer 20 Feb 2021
What truth is said to be the first casualty of New York Times 16 Feb 2021
"___ and Peace" Universal 03 Feb 2021
General practice? New York Times 31 Jan 2021
Armed conflict Newsday 25 Jan 2021
Battle among generals Family Time 04 Jan 2021
Series of battles Eugene Sheffer 02 Jan 2021
Game that's 100% luck New York Times 31 Dec 2020
Combat Thomas Joseph 18 Dec 2020
''Iliad'' activity Newsday 11 Dec 2020
Large-scale conflict Newsday 30 Nov 2020
Combat Wall Street Journal 23 Nov 2020
Turn up fresh for fighting The Sun Two Speed 21 Nov 2020
Armed conflict The Sun Two Speed 21 Nov 2020
Battle The Telegraph Quick 17 Nov 2020
__ on Drugs The Washington Post 08 Nov 2020
__ on Drugs LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2020
Armed combat Canadiana 02 Nov 2020
Simple card game Thomas Joseph 23 Oct 2020
Fighting Thomas Joseph 08 Oct 2020
Edwin Starr hit originally recorded by the Temptations USA Today 06 Oct 2020
Simple card game USA Today 22 Sep 2020
Combat Canadiana 21 Sep 2020
Cabinet department until 1947 Wall Street Journal 17 Sep 2020
Domain of 69-Across Universal 14 Sep 2020
Hostilities The Telegraph Quick 11 Sep 2020
'1917' subject The Washington Post 11 Sep 2020
"1917" subject LA Times Daily 11 Sep 2020
Edwin Starr asked “What is it good for?” Wall Street Journal 09 Sep 2020
Armed conflict Canadiana 07 Sep 2020
Subject of "1917" Universal 18 Aug 2020
— of 1812 Eugene Sheffer 03 Aug 2020
High-card-wins game LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2020
High-card-wins game The Washington Post 02 Aug 2020
Basic card game The Washington Post 24 Jul 2020
Basic card game LA Times Daily 24 Jul 2020
__ movie The Washington Post 23 Jul 2020
__ movie LA Times Daily 23 Jul 2020
Kids' card game Newsday 23 Jul 2020
'This means ___!' USA Today 22 Jul 2020
Retain from rainwater - it's for a major employer to invest in? Irish Times Crosaire 18 Jul 2020
Word after 'Civil' or 'Infinity' in the MCU USA Today 27 Jun 2020
'The most successful ___ seldom pays for its losses': Thomas Jefferson New York Times 10 Jun 2020
Field for Mars Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2020
Armed conflict Eugene Sheffer 01 Jun 2020
Hostilities Canadiana 25 May 2020
Series of campaigns Wall Street Journal 07 May 2020
Serious declaration LA Times Daily 02 May 2020
Serious declaration The Washington Post 02 May 2020
Mindless card game for two New York Times 13 Apr 2020
Subject of 'Platoon' The Washington Post Sunday 12 Apr 2020
What a major employer is capable of and not in Rwanda? Irish Times Crosaire 11 Apr 2020
Two-player card game Newsday 25 Mar 2020
Declaration of 1941 Family Time 08 Mar 2020
Child's first card game, maybe Universal 05 Mar 2020
Edwin Starr asked, 'What is it good for?' USA Today 18 Feb 2020
General battle? Family Time 10 Feb 2020
"What happens when language fails," per Margaret Atwood
Conflict; hostilities The Guardian Speedy 19 Jan 2020
Simple card game Universal 30 Dec 2019
Of the Roses, for one Canadiana 16 Dec 2019
General concern? Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2019
Kids' card game USA Today 27 Nov 2019
Sherman's 'hell' USA Today 20 Nov 2019
A treaty may end one USA Today 18 Nov 2019
Ares' domain Universal 12 Nov 2019
Card game without strategy, ironically The Washington Post Sunday 22 Sep 2019
Word before bride or paint USA Today 16 Sep 2019
Major operation? New York Times 15 Sep 2019
Type of horse Thomas Joseph 11 Sep 2019
Domain of Mars and Ares USA Today 01 Sep 2019
Part of WWI Jonesin 13 Aug 2019
Kids' card game for two Jonesin 06 Aug 2019
___ of attrition Universal 18 Jul 2019
Major conflict Universal 17 Jul 2019
'The Face of Battle' topic The Washington Post Sunday 14 Jul 2019
Dermal blemish The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jun 2019
Card game for two Universal 26 May 2019
Game with many ties Universal 05 May 2019
Tolstoy title subject Newsday 05 May 2019
'__Games': 1983 Matthew Broderick film The Washington Post 03 Apr 2019
"__Games": 1983 Matthew Broderick film LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2019
State of armed conflict Irish Times Simplex 27 Mar 2019
"The Hurt Locker" backdrop LA Times Daily 24 Feb 2019
'The Hurt Locker' backdrop The Washington Post 24 Feb 2019
Major conflict The Times Concise 14 Feb 2019
Withdraw a regiment immersed in a series of battles Irish Times Crosaire 05 Jan 2019
Kids' card game Thomas Joseph 02 Jan 2019
"__Games": 1983 Matthew Broderick film
Card game for two
Game with many ties
Major conflict
___ of attrition
Major operation?
Domain of Mars and Ares
Word before bride or paint
"The Hurt Locker" backdrop
Newspaper headline of 12/8/1941 New York Times 27 Dec 2018
Game in which no decisions are made Wall Street Journal 06 Dec 2018
Hallowe'en word before lock Canadiana 26 Nov 2018
Armed conflict LA Times Daily 25 Oct 2018
Armed conflict The Washington Post 25 Oct 2018
Doves despise it Wall Street Journal 23 Oct 2018
Prolonged conflict Universal 22 Oct 2018
Hostilities The Times Concise 21 Oct 2018
Simple card game Wall Street Journal 20 Oct 2018
It once caused a draft Universal 14 Oct 2018
General battle Universal 10 Oct 2018
Hawk's love Thomas Joseph 28 Sep 2018
Edwin Starr classic The Washington Post Sunday 23 Sep 2018
Subject for 'Dunkirk' or 'Apocalypse Now' New York Times 03 Sep 2018
"Maleness means ___": Charlotte Perkins Gilman The New Yorker 06 Aug 2018
Peace's opposite Universal 21 Jul 2018
Combat Universal 16 Jul 2018
Kids' card game Universal 24 Jun 2018
It might cause a draft Wall Street Journal 31 May 2018
U-turn from peace Universal 10 May 2018
Group of raiders* Wall Street Journal 09 May 2018
'Dunkirk' movie genre USA Today 27 Apr 2018
General battle? Universal 26 Apr 2018
'___ has no use for free speech': Julius Caesar New York Times 05 Apr 2018
'God created ___ so that Americans would learn geography' (line attributed to Mark Twain) New York Times 30 Mar 2018
Battle between nations Family Time 25 Mar 2018
Word with "cry" Universal 26 Feb 2018
Armed conflict Universal 24 Feb 2018
'___ is hell' New York Times 30 Jan 2018
Cause of a draft, perhaps Wall Street Journal 20 Jan 2018
Battle's big brother Universal 16 Jan 2018
Topic for Sun Tzu New York Times 14 Jan 2018
Cold __ Newsday 06 Jan 2018
"___ has no use for free speech": Julius Caesar
"___ is hell"
Newspaper headline of 12/8/1941
Subject for "Dunkirk" or "Apocalypse Now"
Topic for Sun Tzu
It once caused a draft
It might cause a draft
Group of raiders*
Game in which no decisions are made
Doves despise it
Card game for two
Armed conflict
Basic card game
Armed conflict
Simple card game
"Dunkirk" movie genre
"God created ___ so that Americans would learn geography" (line attributed to Mark Twain)
General battle
Combat
Battle's big brother
Word with "cry"
U-turn from peace
Prolonged conflict
Peace's opposite
Kids' card game
General battle?
Tolstoy subject Newsday 29 Dec 2017
Simple card game The Washington Post 13 Dec 2017
Simple card game LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2017
Card game for two USA Today 30 Nov 2017
It's 14 Down with bloodshed, per Mao Zedong The Washington Post Sunday 26 Nov 2017
General purpose? Wall Street Journal 02 Nov 2017
Strategy-free card game New York Times 23 Oct 2017
Armed conflict Irish Times Simplex 10 Oct 2017
Conflict The Times Concise 01 Oct 2017
Area of Mars Wall Street Journal 21 Sep 2017
''The __ Cry'' (Salvation Army publication) Newsday 12 Aug 2017
Word in 12/8/41 headlines New York Times 09 Aug 2017
Mars' domain USA Today 03 Aug 2017
Sherman's "hell" USA Today 29 Jul 2017
Battle milieu Premier Sunday 23 Jul 2017
Conflict Universal 18 Jun 2017
Game in which twos lose Wall Street Journal 14 Jun 2017
Massive fight Premier Sunday 11 Jun 2017
Cabinet department until 1947 USA Today 10 Jun 2017
Called for New York Times 08 Jun 2017
Part of WWI Universal 17 Apr 2017
Word before horse or hero Newsday 14 Apr 2017
Failure of diplomacy Jonesin 11 Apr 2017
Artillery sent back to Western Front in this? The Times Cryptic 30 Mar 2017
Duke abandoning minor conflict The Times Cryptic 24 Mar 2017
It's of general concern Universal 15 Mar 2017
Anathema to doves The Washington Post 19 Feb 2017
City division Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2017
Word in 12/8/41 headlines USA Today 03 Feb 2017
General activity? Wall Street Journal 11 Jan 2017
Hawk's hope Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2017
Card game for two
String of engagements
Simple card game
High-card-wins game
Sherman's "hell"
Called for
Strategy-free card game
Word in 12/8/41 headlines
Mars' domain
String of engagements LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2017
Part of WWI
Conflict
Cabinet department until 1947
Hundred Years' ___ (which lasted less than 100 years) Jonesin 29 Nov 2016
Sun Tzu subject LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2016
'For Whom the Bell Tolls' subject The Washington Post 05 Nov 2016
Trojan __ LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2016
Card game for two Family Time 24 Oct 2016
Former Cabinet department Newsday 13 Oct 2016
1960s-'70s protest topic USA Today 10 Oct 2016
Card game using the entire deck LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2016
"This means ___!" Universal 04 Oct 2016
Two-player card game Family Time 02 Oct 2016
Card game for two Wall Street Journal 01 Oct 2016
Civil __ LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2016
Dire declaration Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2016
Subject of 12/8/1941 headlines New York Times 14 Sep 2016
Cabinet department until 1947 New York Times 31 Aug 2016
Tolstoy title word Universal 24 Aug 2016
Protracted card game for two The Washington Post 21 Jul 2016
'This means ___!' New York Times 17 Jul 2016
Word before god or games Newsday 16 Jul 2016
General purpose? Universal 15 Jun 2016
Author spoken of one aspect of Tolstoy's epic The Times Cryptic 10 Jun 2016
'... let slip the dogs of ___': Shak New York Times 10 Jun 2016
Failed negotiation result Universal 06 Jun 2016
Major conflict Newsday 24 May 2016
Card game that can go on and on New York Times 16 May 2016
It may be declared LA Times Daily 12 May 2016
"The Iliad" subject LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2016
Domain of Ares USA Today 21 Apr 2016
"A symptom of man's failure as a thinking animal": Steinbeck LA Times Daily 15 Apr 2016
Trojan, for one The Washington Post 12 Apr 2016
Civil or Trojan Family Time 10 Apr 2016
Card game for two New York Times 10 Apr 2016
Tolstoy topic Newsday 25 Mar 2016
Hell, it's said Jonesin 22 Mar 2016
What polemology is the study of New York Times 09 Mar 2016
Hell, per Sherman Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2016
Armed conflict between countries Family Time 22 Feb 2016
It's full of battles Universal 07 Feb 2016
Major conflict LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2016
General Assembly topic? USA Today 13 Jan 2016
Something fought with weapons? Not half The Times Cryptic 08 Jan 2016
It's full of battles
General purpose?
"This means ___!"
Subject of 12/8/1941 headlines
Tolstoy title word
"... let slip the dogs of ___": Shak.
"This means ___!"
Failed negotiation result
Sun Tzu subject
Major conflict
It may be declared
Civil __
General Assembly topic?
Big battle Eugene Sheffer 30 Dec 2015
General activity Thomas Joseph 30 Dec 2015
Battle Eugene Sheffer 23 Dec 2015
Belligerent state Newsday 20 Dec 2015
Series of skirmishes Eugene Sheffer 01 Oct 2015
Part of WWII Universal 19 Sep 2015
Diplomacy alternative Universal 08 Sep 2015
Hostilities Newsday 14 Aug 2015
Peacenik's worry Eugene Sheffer 11 Aug 2015
Serious hostilities LA Times Daily 28 Jul 2015
'This means !' Eugene Sheffer 23 Jul 2015
Disturber of the peace Universal 19 Jul 2015
Turns up inexperienced for campaign Irish Times Crosaire 18 Jul 2015
Word with cry or crime New York Times 17 Jun 2015
Highest-card-wins game The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Jun 2015
Man-o'-___ (old battleship) New York Times 09 Jun 2015
Strife The Telegraph Quick 08 Jun 2015
General activity USA Today 24 May 2015
Like some deals New York Times 16 Apr 2015
Two-player card game Jonesin 09 Apr 2015
Former cabinet department Newsday 02 Apr 2015
Vietnam ___ New York Times 29 Mar 2015
1940s headline word Eugene Sheffer 26 Mar 2015
Where there's a general assembly? Universal 25 Feb 2015
____won ton Canadiana 02 Feb 2015
Opposite of 31-Across Premier Sunday 18 Jan 2015
Vietnam ___
Highest-card-wins game
Hostilities
Former cabinet department
Belligerent state
Diplomacy alternative
Disturber of the peace
Part of WWII
Where there's a general assembly?
Serious hostilities
Price __
Opposite of 31-Across
General activity
Part of WWII
Hostilities
Hostilities
Kids' card game
Word with cry or crime
Man-o'-___ (old battleship)
Fox News posits there is one on Christmas
Mars' realm
Part of WWII
Word with game or room
Start of a Tolstoy title
Major event of 1812
One of the Four Horsemen
It's conducted in a theater
Major conflict
Conflict
Cabinet department until 1947
Entente interrupter
Dove's aversion
All-out conflict
One of the Four Horsemen
Cabinet department until 1947
Game of pure chance
Armed conflict
Combat
1970 Edwin Starr protest song
"It can only be postponed to the advantage of others," according to Machiavelli
Edwin Starr protest song
"Why Can't We Be Friends?" band
"__ and Peace"
Kids' card game
It may have a general assembly?
Where there's a general assembly?
Card game that is (aptly) arbitrary and seemingly neverending
Card game for two, usually
Former Cabinet department
Wouk's "The Winds of __"
"The Chocolate __": classic young-adult novel
According to the song it's good for absolutely nothing
Declaration of 1941
Cabinet department phased out in 1947
Wouk's "The Winds of __"
"The Chocolate __": classic young-adult novel
__ games
Common Shakespearean theme
The second "W" of W.W. II
Child's card game
Peace, per Big Brother
Card game requiring no skill
Campaigner's contest (or the start of a 1930s movie actor's split personality)
Cabinet department that split in 1947
Card game for two
Combat
Hostilities
See 111-Down
Word with "dance" or "party"
Strategy-free card game
It can cause a draft
Horrific conflict
Big international conflict
Ares' area
"All's fair" in it, it's said
Huge battle
Serious fight
"Spill the Wine" band
Eric Burdon band
Part of POW
Kind of chest or paint
Horrific conflict
Combative card game
"A defeat for humanity," per Pope John Paul II
1970 hit that asks about its title, "What is it good for?"
Collect-all-the-cards game
Serious conflict
Old Maid alternative
It may be civil, yet raging
"All's fair" in it
Hawk's cause
Serious struggle
Word before cloud or cry
Word with game or room
Theater goings-on
Common video game milieu
"All's fair" in it
Armed conflict
*Military endeavor*
Symbolic dove's aversion
It may precede a treaty
Unfortunate fact of life in Sudan
Member of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Simple card game
Combat
Type of paint or party
It may be civil yet raging
Kids' card game
Major conflict
Even if it's civil, it's not civil
Major fight
1970 hit that asks about its title, "What is it good for?"
Hawk's cause
It may precede a treaty
Major fight
Serious conflict
"Low Rider" band
"The Cisco Kid" band
"___ of the Roses"
Card game with a belligerent name
Strategy-free card game
Simple card game
Affair of Ares
According to Edwin Starr, it's good for absolutely nothing
Mars's domain
"The Hurt Locker" subject
Card game with a belligerent name
One was civil in America
1976 Bob Marley tune about the inevitably violent consequences of racism
Protest subject
"The ___ of the Roses"
1812 event
Do battle
Giant fight
Edwin Starr hit
What a dove despises
Type of cry or paint
Tolstoy title word
Edwin Starr hit
Declaration of 1941
Armed conflict
General activity?
Basic card game
Battle field
Hawk's advocacy
One of the W's in W.W. I
See 9-Across
What's broken out of the answers to the starred clues?
___ of the Roses
Serious conflict
Simple card game
Kind of cry or paint
One of the Four Horsemen
Word with cry or baby
"The Naked and the Dead" subject
Sun Tzu's area of expertise
"There never was a good" one, according to Franklin
Original Cabinet department renamed Defense in 1949
Simple card game
"Saving Private Ryan" backdrop
Kid's card game
"There never was a good" one, according to Franklin
Original Cabinet department renamed Defense in 1949
Domain of 78 Down
Mars' domain
One of the Four Horsemen
*Edwin Starr, 1970
Classic one-word headline
Collect-all-the-cards game
It's good for "absolutely nothing" according to a 1970 hit
See 48-Across
Simple card game
Giant conflict
Children's card game
Declaration of Congress
It can cause a draft
It's more than a mere battle
Protest topic, often
Raw reversal?
All's fair in it?
___ of the Roses
General concern
One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
It's hell, axiomatically
Hell, to General Sherman
Something played out in a theater
One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Civil ___ (event that prompted The New York Times to begin publishing Sunday issues)
Declaration of 1941
Drug ___
Word before baby or bonnet
General activity
Fight
Wouk's "The Winds of ___"
Big conflict
Huge conflict
Cold __
Gulf __
Children's card game
"What is it good for, absolutely nothing!"
Ares's realm
Gulf __
Cold __
Former cabinet department
Huge conflict
Big conflict
"This means __!"
It was hell, to Sherman
See 3-Down
___ Emblem (2002 Kentucky Derby winner)
___ of 1812
Campaign setting
"This means __!"
Korean or Peloponnesian, e.g.
Word before chest or cry
Type of paint or party
Card game for 11-Down
Tolstoy title word
Combat
Hawk's desire
Old maid alternative
Tug-of-___ (contest of strength)
Word with cry or baby
"That mad game the world so loves to play," to Jonathan Swift
Serious hostilities
All's fair in it
Battle of nations
Dove's dislike
In song, it's good for absolutely nothing
Kid's card game
One of the Four Horsemen
Type of correspondent
Numbers game?
Serious conflict
Big fight
Area of Mars
Dire declaration
Sun Tzu's "The Art of ___"
Realm of Ares
Kid's card game
Mars' thing
Ten years' or hundred years' event
Hawk's concern
Armed conflict
1970 Edwin Starr protest song
Realm of Ares
"Much too serious a thing to be left to the military": Clemenceau
1970 Edwin Starr protest song
"Much too serious a thing to be left to the military": Clemenceau
Hawk's concern
Old Maid alternative
Sherman's hell
Word with baby or story
Part of POW
All-out hostility
Kind of dance or bride
When doves cry?
"The trade of kings": Dryden
Ares' area
"The child of Pride," according to Jonathan Swift
It may cause a draft
"Wag the Dog" ploy
Boring collect-all-the-cards game
With "is" and 10 Down, words from Sherman
Sherman's hell
Huge fight
Big skirmish
"Politics with bloodshed": Mao Zedong
Major battle
Major fight
Big conflict
Major undertaking?
Hell, to Sherman
Hawks support it
Tedious card game
Result of a diplomacy failure, sometimes
Tedious card game
Hawks support it
Realm of Mars
Realm of 3-Down
It's good for "absolutely nothing," according to a 1970 #1 hit
Kids' card game for two
Card game
Tolstoy title word
It may be uncivil even if it's civil
It can cause a draft
1970 #1 hit with the lyric "huh, yeah, What is it good for?"
Two-player card game
What a dove despises
Part of WWII
Trojan, for one
With 59-Across, battle planning site
Mindless card game
Hostile encounter
Subject in Article I Section 8 of the Constitution
___ powers
All-out hostility
Entente interrupter
General assembly?
General concern?
Endless card game
Kind of cabinet
Declaration of Congress
Congressional declaration
Word with party or game
Hell, to Sherman
Go fish alternative
Machiavelli subject
Belligerent state
What the United Nations hopes to prevent
Kind of baby or bonnet
Cry or paint preceder
Belligerent state
Basic card game
Conflict
Sherman's "hell"
"The ___ of the Worlds"
"All's fair" in it
Combat
Civil ___
Kind of games
Kind of party or story
"All's fair" in it
Major conflict
Combat
Children's card game
One of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Repetitive card game
Kind of games
Kind of party or story
Big battle
No-skill card game
___ correspondent
Repetitive card game
Part of the name of four Preakness winners
It was once civil in America
___ Admiral (1937 Triple Crown winner)
Tolstoy title start
1914 headline
Skill-less game
What protesters may protest
Easy card game
More than a brawl
Conflict
Civil __
Type of horse
Easy-to-learn card game
All-out fight
It may have a general assembly?
Civil __
Ironically, it may be civil
It's hell
With 51-Down, hot spot
Mindless card game
Ares' realm
Wouk's "The Winds of _____"
Word with cry or paint
Tolstoy title start
Kids' card game
"The blood-red blossom of ___ ...": Tennyson
Kids' card game
Word before cry or baby
Peace's opposite
It may be civil, yet raging
1914 headline
Mexican or Korean
Reason for restrictions
Ironically, it may be civil
Peace's opposite
Simple card game
"Nothing is easy in ___": Eisenhower
Ares's domain
Big fight
Big international conflict
Card game for two
Kind of game or story
Conflict
Card game
Failed negotiation result
Kids' card game
Kind of cloud
Part of 46-Down
Cabinet department that ended in 1947
Hawk's hope
"__ and Peace"
Kind of game or story
Struggle
Kids' card game
Saturn : agriculture :: Mars : ___
Tedious card game
Severe skirmish
Hell, to Sherman
Child's card game
Children's card game
10 years or 100 years event
Active hostility
It may be cold
___ of 1812
Area for Ares
Dove's dislike
International trouble
Wouk's "The Winds of ___"
Subject for Clausewitz
"The means ___!"
Struggle
"This means _____!"
Dove's aversion
General Assembly topic
Clinton has approved a treaty to create the world's first permanent __ crimes court
Series of skirmishes
Open hostilities
Simple card game
Word that can follow the start of 15-, 18-, 34-, 48- or 55-Across
"___ and Peace"
Kids' card game
Hell, to Sherman
Big battle
Card game for two
Kids' card game
Repetitive card game
Failure of diplomacy
Desert Storm, e.g.
Kids' card game
Spanish-American, say
Kids' card game
Tolstoy opener
Korean, say
Boer or Trojan
Kind of dance or bride
Former Cabinet department
General purpose?
General assembly?
Major fight
Dull card game
Area of Mars
Interminable card game
Children's card game
Conflict
Battle, and then some
Kind of paint or party
Children's card game
Hell, to Sherman
Headline of 1914
See 8 Down
Cabinet department, 1789-1947
Child s card game
"The ___ of the Worlds" (H. G. Wells novel)
Children's card game
General practice?
Kid's game
Kid's card game
Major event of 1812
"This means ___!"
Realm of Ares
Kids' pastimes
Tolstoy topic
Raw reversal
Hawk's hope
"Saving Private Ryan" subject
"Make love not -"
Desert Storm e.g.
It can be civil
Civil, for one
Armed hostilities
Realm of Mars
It's hell to Sherman
Game of sheer luck
Seemingly interminable card game
Kind of chest or paint
Gulf ___
Kind of bride or chest
Type of paint
Card game for two
Hostilities
All-out fight
Struggle
Card game
Tolstoy topic
Word before head or chest
Wouk topic
Tolstoy subject
Headline with an exclamation point
Boer for one
"The Red Badge of Courage" topic
Disturber of the peace
West Point subject
Jihad
Revolutionary, e.g.
Type of paint
What Mars never bars
Crimean or Boer
TV's "Love and ___"
Kind of bride
1812, e.g.
Kind of dance
Whitman's "The Real ___"
"Hell," to Sherman
"Hell" to Sherman
Kind of baby or bride
Subject for 47 Across
Rough conflict
Kind of dance or horse
What Aristophanes called "Ares' chick"
Head or horse head
Fun and games for 82 Down
Shelley's "statesman's game"
Wouk's "The Winds of ___"
Card game
Start of a Tolstoy title
Cold chaser
Cold ___
"Ares' chick": Aristophanes
Ares' forte
"The ___ of the Worlds": Wells
Trojan or Civil follower
Tug of ___
Apocalypse omen
Event in 1812
Hawk's delight
Kind of path or lord
Kind of monger
Kind of horse or ship
Kind of bond
Anathema to doves
Kind of plane or path
Hell, to Sherman
"___ Games," 1969 play
Kind of cry or path
Sherman's hell
What F.D.R. said he hated
What Mars never barred
___ of nerves
In which Brian Boru was slain
Crimean ___: 1853–56
Kind of club or path
World or Boer
Cold or Civil
MDCCCXII event
Kind of horse
"___ of the Worlds"
___ cry (slogan)
Child's card game
Kind of bride or bonnet
Part of W. W.
Trojan or Crimean
Cold or price
Civil or Punic
Strife
___ whoop
Civil or Crimean
Hostilities.
Price ___
Tolstoy topic.
Man of ___
Hell.
Cold ___.
Strife.
Hawk's cry.
Cold or hot topic.
Struggle.
___ bonnet.
Front-page news.
Man's history.
Price ___.
Synonym for "hell."
___ horse.
Mars' specialty.
"All hell." according to Sherman.
Cabinent post now part of Defense.
Former Cabinet post.
Martial affair.
Summons to the Four Horsemen.
"Ares' chick."—Aristophanes.
Instance of man's inhumanity to man.
Conflict.
1941 headline.
Man o' ___.
Contest by force.
Contend.
Man's inhumanity to man.
Its modern name is "police action."
General havoc.
Word in a Tolstoy title.
Sometimes hot, sometimes cold.
Military science.
Secy. Royall's field.
World scourge.
Tolstoy's subject.
Subject of Sherman's famous remark.
Total destruction.
"Coin is the sinews of ___."—Rabelais.
Common video game setting
Fighting chance?
"___ does not determine who is right - only who is left." (Bertrand Russell)
Fisticuffs
___ paint
Iraq ___
Kind of chest
"That mad game the world so loves to play" according to Jonathan Swift
"End This ___" (bumper sticker)
"___ Pigs" (Black Sabbath classic)
Afghanistan ___
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