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Definition of war:
- A state of forcible contention; an armed contest between nations; a state of hostility between two or more nations or states. Gro. de Jur. B. lib. 1, c. 1. Every connection by force between two nations, in external matters, under the au- thority of their respective governments, is a public war. If war is declared in form, It is called " solemn," and is of the perfect kind; because the whole nation is at war with an- other whole nation. When the hostilities are limited as respects places, persons, and things, the war is properly termed " imperfect war." Bas v. Tingy, 4 Dall. 37, 40 1 L. Ed. 731.
- The most important topic in connection with war is the formation of the army which is destined to carry it on. [ ARMY] In ( 1 Kings 9:22 ) at a period ( Solomons reign) when the organization of the army was complete, we have apparently a list of the various gradations of rank in the service, as follows: 1. " Men of war" = privates ; 2. " servants," the lowest rank of officers -- lieutenants ; 3. " princes" = captains ; 4. " captains," perhaps = staff officers ; 5. " rulers of the chariots and his horsemen" = cavalry officers . Formal proclamations of war were not interchanged between the belligerents. Before entering the enemys district spies were seat to ascertain the character of the country and the preparations of its inhabitants for resistance. ( Numbers 13:17 ; Joshua 2:1 ; Judges 7:10 ; 1 Samuel 26:4 ) The combat assumed the form of a number of hand-to-hand contests; hence the high value attached to fleetness of foot and strength of arm. ( 2 Samuel 1:23 ; 2:18 ; 1 Chronicles 12:8 ) At the same time various strategic devices were practiced, such as the ambuscade, ( Joshua 8:2 Joshua 8:12 ; Judges 20:36 ) surprise, ( Judges 7:16 ) or circumvention. ( 2 Samuel 5:23 ) Another mode of settling the dispute was by the selection of champions, ( 1 Samuel 17 ; 2 Samuel 2:14 ) who were spurred on to exertion by the offer of high reward. ( 1 Samuel 17:25 ; 18:25 ; 2 Samuel 18:11 ; 1 Chronicles 11:6 ) The contest having been decided, the conquerors were recalled from the pursuit by the sound of a trumpet. ( 2 Samuel 2:28 ; 18:16 ; 20:22 ) The siege of a town or fortress was conducted in the following manner: A line of circumvallation was drawn round the place, ( Ezekiel 4:2 ; Micah 5:1 ) constructed out of the trees found in the neighborhood, ( 20:20 ) together with earth and any other materials at hand. This line not only cut off the besieged from the surrounding country, but also served as a base of operations for the besiegers. The next step was to throw out from this line one or more mounds or " banks" in the direction of the city, ( 2 Samuel 20:15 ; 2 Kings 19:32 ; Isaiah 37:33 ) which were gradually increased in height until they were about half as high as the city wall. On this mound or bank towers were erected, ( 2 Kings 25:1 ; Jeremiah 52:4 ; Ezekiel 4:2 ; 17:17 ; 21:22 ; 26:8 ) whence the slingers and archers might attack with effect. Catapults were prepared for hurling large darts and stones; and the crow , a long spar, with iron claws at one end and ropes at the other, to pull down stones or men from the top of the wall. Battering-rams , ( Ezekiel 4:2 ; 21:22 ) were brought up to the walls by means of the bank, and scaling-ladders might also be placed on it. The treatment of the conquered was extremely severe in ancient times. The bodies of the soldiers killed in action were plundered, ( 1 Samuel 31:8 ) 2 Macc 8:27; the survivors were either killed in some savage manner, ( Judges 9:45 ; 2 Samuel 12:31 ; 2 Chronicles 25:12 ) mutilated, ( Judges 9:45 ; 2 Samuel 12:31 ; 2 Chronicles 25:12 ) mutilated, ( Judges 1:6 ; 1 Samuel 11:2 ) or carried into captivity. ( Numbers 31:26 )
- The Israelites had to take possession of the Promised Land by conquest. They had to engage in a long and bloody war before the Canaanitish tribes were finally subdued. Except in the case of Jericho and Ai, the war did not become aggressive till after the death of Joshua. Till then the attack was always first made by the Canaanites. Now the measure of the iniquity of the Canaanites was full, and Israel was employed by God to sweep them away from off the face of the earth. In entering on this new stage of the war, the tribe of Judah, according to divine direction, took the lead. In the days of Saul and David the people of Israel engaged in many wars with the nations around, and after the division of the kingdom into two they often warred with each other. They had to defend themselves also against the inroads of the Egyptians, the Assyrians, and the Babylonians. The whole history of Israel from first to last presents but few periods of peace. The Christian life is represented as a warfare, and the Christian graces are also represented under the figure of pieces of armour ( Ephesians 6:11-17 ; 1 Thessalonians 5:8 ; 2 Tim 1 Thessalonians 2:3 1 Thessalonians 2:4 ). The final blessedness of believers is attained as the fruit of victory ( Revelation 3:21 ).
- To make war; to invade or attack a nation or state with force of arms; to carry on hostilities; to contend; to strive violently.
- To carry on, as a contest; to wage.
- To make war; to invade or attack a state or nation with force of arms; to carry on hostilities; to be in a state by violence.
- To contend; to strive violently; to fight.
- To engage in an armed conflict; fight.
- To make war: to contend: to fight:- pr. p. warring; pa. t. and pa. p. warred.
- To make war; contend.
- To be at war; make war; contend.
- To carry on a contest. Man- of- war, an armed ship of large size, for attack or defence. Holy war, a religious war; a crusade.
- To attack a state with force of arms; to carry on hostilities; to contend; to strive with violence.
- a legal state created by a declaration of war and ended by official declaration during which the international rules of war apply; " war was declared in November but actual fighting did not begin until the following spring"
- a concerted campaign to end something that is injurious; " the war on poverty"; " the war against crime"
- an active struggle between competing entities; " a price war"; " a war of wits"; " diplomatic warfare"
- A contest between nations or states, carried on by force, whether for defence, for revenging insults and redressing wrongs, for the extension of commerce, for the acquisition of territory, for obtaining and establishing the superiority and dominion of one over the other, or for any other purpose; armed conflict of sovereign powers; declared and open hostilities.
- A condition of belligerency to be maintained by physical force. In this sense, levying war against the sovereign authority is treason.
- Instruments of war.
- Forces; army.
- The profession of arms; the art of war.
- a state of opposition or contest; an act of opposition; an inimical contest, act, or action; enmity; hostility.
- Hostile conflict between organized groups of people.
- The state of armed attack of defense aginst another; a contest by force between states or nations; an armed conflict; oppsition or contest; contention; as, a war of words; hostility or enmity.
- A state of opposition or contest: a contest between states carried on by arms: open hostility: the profession of arms.
- Armed contention between States or large numbers of people; open hostility.
- An armed contest between nations or states.
- A contest between nations or states, or parties in the same state, carried on by force of arms; instruments of war; forces; arms; the profession of arms; art of war; hostility; state of opposition or contest; enmity; disposition to contention.
- An armed contest between nations or states; a contest carried on by force of arms; open hostility; the profession of arms; opposition or contest of any kind carried on between two parties.
- Ware; aware.