Adjective(1) (of conflict(2) characterized by bloodshed and carnage for both sides
(1) Clerical internecine strife and electoral machination under Anne caused another tidal wave of Whig anticlerical legislation in the 1730s.(2) I and many others rely on your expertise regarding the middle east and I don't want to see your credibility damaged by internecine warfare, at which we on the left seem to be very accomplished.(3) The real, lasting damage of such internecine strife is a collapse of faith in the institutional fabric.(4) Tudor The Tudors brought to a close years of internecine strife when King Henry VII ended the Wars of the Roses between the rival houses of York and Lancaster.(5) The fear is of a repetition of the 1992 events when groups which now make up the Northern Alliance captured Kabul from Afghanistan's last pro-Moscow government but then wrecked it with internecine warfare.(6) As ever with the writer's material, it's an obsessive story involving police corruption, internecine strife and casual violence.(7) There is certainly conflict of an internecine nature going on within me at the moment.(8) Those words are just code for internecine warfare and I'm not interested.(9) But those internecine debates within the Social Security faction are, at the moment, every bit as irrelevant as the internecine debates within the phase out faction.(10) However, they should remember that the last time a party leader was thrown out by her own MPs, that party suffered internecine warfare for over a decade and slumped in the polls.(11) But in spite of the fact that internecine warfare is fun to watch, it rarely bodes well for the country.(12) In some cases, these articles are motivated by internecine disputes within the American right.(13) He may have had in mind the internecine squabbling among the various divisions within Judaism or within Orthodoxy itself.(14) Or, alternately, it's just internecine warfare within the administration, and therefore shouldn't be taken seriously.(15) As if it wasn't bad enough that they went through last year with only two wins in 12 matches, now they find the game's credibility further threatened by internecine warfare behind the scenes.(16) The deliberately thin plot involving a missing spy satellite thingy and internecine warfare between American intelligence agencies can be totally ignored by adults and children alike and the movie's all the better for it.
(1) internecine :: आपसी
1. deadly ::
2. fatal ::
3. lethal ::
4. damning ::
5. internecine ::
6. mortal ::
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