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enemy (s) (noun), enemies (pl)
1. Someone who hates or seeks to harm someone or something.
2. A person or group; especially, a military force, that fights against another hostile power in combat or battle.
3. A hostile nation or power.
4. Anyone who feels hatred toward, intends injury to, or opposes the interests of someone else; a foe.
5. Etymology: from Old French enemi, from Latin inimicus, from in-, "not" + amicus, "friend".
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mortal enemy
1. An enemy who wants to kill a person.
2. A personal enemy.
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enemy specification
The exaggerated alarm response to species of ants and other arthropods hat pose an unusually severe threat to the colony.
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