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)
A region where war is ongoing.
A region where structures are damaged or in disarray, appearing similar to the effects of a military conflict.
By extension, any area with a significant display of damage or disarray.
Captain Matthew Gideon is assigned to the prototype destroyer Excalibur, to spearhead the search for a cure to the plague unleashed by the Drakh. His first mission is to seize a downed Drakh craft on Ceti 4.
The numerical value of war zone in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of war zone in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It looks like there's been a little war zone around here.
The global economy depends on a secure Internet, and that means no back doors for anybody, nobody wants to live in a war zone.
It is some kind of test of manhood. You get credit in the criminal world when you can say that you have been in some kind of war zone.
In the coming days, they will be deployed to the war zone on the border with Nigeria so that they can join our defense forces to crush and prevent incursions of Boko Haram into Cameroonian territory.
The last play we performed was The Three Musketeers. One of the last lines is 'in war as in war', how would guys who've just come back from fighting ... react to that, and those who go back to the war zone after the play? The auditorium howls.
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