battlegrounds

All Noun
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  • The river and its valley were important battlegrounds in the first World War.
  • The schools became political battlegrounds after the end of the Second Empire.
  • Of course the nature and extent of the changes thus produced are the battlegrounds of the two schools. Cited from Modern Religious Cults and Movements, by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  • Land was cleared surrounding the city to create battlegrounds and open areas for fire.
  • This drug was first discovered in the battlegrounds of the war, so the dead soldiers could get up and keep fighting.
  • Our colleges and universities have again become places of learning instead of battlegrounds. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Players can also help each other working together to complete battlegrounds and there are also player versus player battles.
  • The Battlegrounds Team plans to create and release a new version.
  • In two great battlegrounds of the human spirit the problem raised by Prometheus has been fought out. Cited from Among Famous Books, by John Kelman
  • Battlegrounds first episode received mixed to positive reviews, with critics noting its relatively low production value but strong writing.
  • Successful arena teams can use these points to buy armor and weapons of a higher quality than those available from battlegrounds.
  • Like all border regions they are natural battlegrounds. Cited from Influences of Geographic Environment, by Ellen Churchill Semple
  • It was far from the battlegrounds and had the most efficient labour force in the nation.
  • The hard fought battles in each area as the Allies moved northward introduced many famous battlegrounds.
  • The overall design of Battlegrounds differs significantly from that of the original card game source material.
  • The player's final goal is to beat the 11th and final world, the Battlegrounds.
  • I believe the laddies who fought in France and in the other battlegrounds of this war won peace for humanity. Cited from Between You and Me, by Sir Harry Lauder
  • The workers and the IWW had a common enemy in the communities that became free speech battlegrounds.
  • He combined stock footage with glimpses of the former battlegrounds a generation later and added his own commentary.
  • Standing here, gazing out over the beautiful scene, we recalled our visit to the famous battlegrounds of Waterloo. Cited from See America First, by Orville O. Hiestand
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Root form of battlegrounds is battleground for the noun.

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