war zone

NOUN
  1. a combat zone where military operations are coordinated (especially a designated area in international waters where the rights of neutrals are not respected by nations at war)
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How To Use war zone In A Sentence

  • A war zone is a dangerous place to be even in the ab-sence of combat.
  • Is it only a war zone for constitutional suspension clause purposes if the detainee is accused of being involved with the localized conflict (this would follow with Eisentrager too)? The Volokh Conspiracy » No Habeas Jurisdiction Over Bagram Air Force Base
  • The guerrillas were said to be operating from bases inside the war zone.
  • Do you seriously think that heading for a war zone to run a blockade is the equivalent of riding your car down I-95 with a cooler and a picnic lunch? The Volokh Conspiracy » Pro-Palestinian “Peace Activists”
  • But they are not used in war zones. The Sun
  • Many inner cities that were once treated as war zones have become pleasant and habitable again.
  • The War Zone is a brutal portrait of a family in denial, a family whose father figure is also pursuing a sexual relationship with his teenage daughter.
  • We got a war zone in our own backyard. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a warren of hangar-sized hotel ballrooms in Orlando, military engineers this week showed off their next generation of robots, as they got the machines ready for the war zone.
  • There are an estimated 110 million unexploded landmines in war zones in 64 countries around the globe.
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