war-weary

war-weary

adj, -wearier or -weariest
literary tired of fighting; tired of war
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war-weary

[ˈwɔːˌwɪərɪ] ADJcansado de la guerra
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Heavy security will guard the pipeline construction through war-weary Afghanistan, said Jelani Farhad, spokesman for the Herat provincial governor's office.
To foil all these challenges, it is incumbent upon the Muslim leaders to draw a joint strategy and work together to bring a semblance of normality to these war-weary countries.
A Killer in King's Cove" by Iona Whishaw is set in 1946, and is the story of war-weary young ex-intelligence officer Lane Winslow who leaves London looking for a fresh start.
Since September, Bana Alabed has been live-tweeting her experience, living through air strikes in the war-weary city, which started with a simple tweet that read, 'I need peace.
KABUL -- Millions of war-weary Afghans on Monday marked the Islamic festival of Eid-ul-Adha with prayers and feasting, hopeful of a brief respite from fighting that has seen record-breaking losses this year.
The minister stated in a press release on Monday that terrorist organizations took over civil status offices in war-weary countries, prompting further security scanning for those who are willing to visit Jordan.
Trudeau's deep knowledge shines throughout the book as he unearths new information concerning Lincoln's war-weary state of mind.
The bombing early Sunday in a busy shopping district was the deadliest single attack in Iraq's war-weary capital in years, killing at least 215 people, Mohamed al-Rubaye‎, deputy head of the security committee of the Baghdad Provincial Council, said Monday on Afaq TV," reported CNN.
Following the meeting, Minister of Maghreb Affairs, the African Union, and the Arab League Abdelkader Messahel, said in a press statement following the meeting that "this round of meetings aims at examining security arrangements in Libya and the latest developments in the conflict in that war-weary country.
In a different subject, al-Hayat al-Jadida said President Mahmoud Abbas urged the donor countries to meet their commitment towards the reconstruction of the war-weary Gaza Strip.
They were taken to the top of Mount Suribachi, an active volcano, where an Associated Press photograph of the raising of the US flag while the battle was still raging became a potent symbol of hope and valour to the war-weary public at home.
They were bused to the top of Mount Suribachi, an active volcano, where an Associated Press photo of the raising of the American flag while the battle was still raging became a potent symbol of hope and valor to a war-weary public back home that was growing increasingly disillusioned with the seemingly unending battle in the Pacific.