Combatant

In heraldry combatant describes two bearings in the position of fighting - set face to face, each rampant.
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combatant

[adj] - engaging in or ready for combat 2. [n] - someone who fights (or is fighting)
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Combatant

Com'bat·ant adjective [ French combattant , present participle] Contending; disposed to contend. B. Jonson.
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Combatant

Com'bat·ant noun [ French combattant .] One who engages in combat. 'The mighty combatants .' Milton. « A controversy which long survived the original combatants . Macaulay »
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combatant

adjective engaging in or ready for combat
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combatant

battler noun someone who fights (or is fighting)
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Combatant

• (n.) One who engages in combat. • (a.) Contending; disposed to contend.
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combatant

combatant 1. Anyone who attempts to destroy or to control something considered to be harmful; such as, measures to combat pollution. 2. Someone who resists or opposes (beats or defeats) someone or something actively.
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Combatant

A combatant is a person who takes a direct part in the hostilities of an armed conflict. If a combatant follows the law of war, then he or she is considered a privileged combatant and upon capture, he or she will qualify as a prisoner of war under the Third Geneva Convention (GCIII). An unprivileged combatant is a person, such as a mercenary, who ...
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