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adversary a person, group, or thing opposed to another; opponent; enemy.
antagonist a person who contends or fights with another; enemy, competitor, or adversary. [2/3 definitions]
antagonize to bring on the hostility of; make an enemy of. [1/2 definitions]
antiaircraft designed for defense, esp. by ground-based weapons, against enemy air attack. [2 definitions]
antichrist an enemy of Jesus Christ. [1/2 definitions]
antimissile a ballistic device used in defense against enemy missiles. [1/2 definitions]
archenemy a chief or principal enemy. [1/2 definitions]
barrage balloon one of a number of anchored balloons from which wires or nets are suspended to discourage low-flying enemy aircraft from attacking military installations or cities.
beachhead the initial position or area that invading troops try to secure when landing on an enemy shore. [1/2 definitions]
besiege to surround with enemy forces; lay siege to. [1/2 definitions]
camouflage a method of concealing something such as a person, vehicle, or building, esp. from an enemy military force, by covering it or coloring it so as to imitate its surroundings. [1/5 definitions]
claymore mine a mine, planted in the ground, that is designed to explode in a fanlike array of fragments in the path of an enemy force.
collaborate to cooperate or work with an enemy force, esp. one occupying one's own country. [1/2 definitions]
collaboration the cooperative effort by persons or organizations with an enemy force, esp. one occupying one's own country. [1/2 definitions]
collaborationist one who willingly gives aid to an invading or occupying enemy force.
commando a small, specially trained military unit used for surprise assaults on enemy-held territory. [1/2 definitions]
countercharge a military ground attack in response to that of an enemy. [1/4 definitions]
counterespionage espionage and other measures designed to frustrate enemy espionage.
counterintelligence a program of a government or other organization to frustrate enemy espionage, intelligence gathering, and subversion.
counteroffensive a military attack undertaken to frustrate an enemy attack.
counterspy someone who engages in counterespionage, esp. one who spies upon enemy spies.