crwsâd, grwsâd, chrwsâd, nghrwsâd, groesgad, croesgad, croesgadau, crwsadau, chroesgad, chroesgadau, chrwsadau, groesgadau, grwsadau, nghroesgad, nghroesgadau, nghrwsadau
Noun(1) a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end(2) any of the more or less continuous military expeditions in the 11th to 13th centuries when Christian powers of Europe tried to recapture the Holy Land from the Muslims
Verb(1) exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for(2) go on a crusade; fight a holy war
(1) Our specialized insights and practices are crucial in the national crusade for health.(2) His crusade against greyness is in part a response to his experience of Czechoslovakia which, as a dual passport holder, he left for London in 1968.(3) The grandfather of a teenage boy who died after inhaling an aerosol is now committed to a life-saving crusade against solvent abuse.(4) a crusade against crime(5) After 1945, World War II was conceptualized here as a crusade against absolutism and intolerance.(6) In this regard, he is not an armchair liberal, his crusade against hatred, neo-Nazism etc seems to be an integral part of his public identity.(7) Therefore, the Civil War must be a religious crusade to regain the Almighty's favour.(8) A civil servant has vowed to carry on her crusade against crime despite becoming the victim of a hate campaign.(9) His crusade against the government apathy towards ex-soldiers and their families is continuing even at the age of 81.(10) The Armada was not only a religious crusade - though the people of Spain interpreted it as being so.(11) The crusade against child obesity is likely to produce, not healthy outcomes, but miserable children and anxious parents and epidemics of dieting and eating disorders.(12) Schools across the country have joined the crusade against violence.(13) We all need to support the crusade against corruption.(14) His crusade against redundancy and overspending in government seemed fuelled by an overriding concern for the common good.(15) Nonetheless, I'm somewhat sympathetic to their crusade against horrible animal living conditions.(16) Town leaders are calling for a crusade against television programmes they claim are eroding moral values.
1. holy war ::
2. campaign ::
3. effort ::
4. campaign ::
5. fight ::
Different Formscrusade, crusaded, crusades, crusading
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