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noun. ['ˈbætəlˌfiːld'] a region where a battle is being (or has been) fought.
- field of battle
- piece of ground
- front line
- parcel of land
- field of honor
- battle (English)
- batel (Middle English (1100-1500))
- field (English)
- field (Middle English (1100-1500))
Rhymes with Battlefield
Sentences with battlefield
1. Noun, singular or mass
A Spiritual war is won (or lost) on the battlefield of your mind.
Quotes about battlefield
1. After all, what is happiness? Love, they tell me. But love doesn't bring and never has brought happiness. On the contrary, it's a constant state of anxiety, a battlefield; it's sleepless nights, asking ourselves all the time if we're doing the right thing. Real love is composed of ecstasy and agony.
- Paulo Coelho, The Witch Of Portobello
2. These people fail to realize that it is on the inside that God must be defended, not on the outside. They should direct their anger at themselves. For evil in the open is but evil from within that has been let out. The main battlefield for good is not the open ground of the public arena but the small clearing of each heart.
- Yann Martel, Life of Pi
3. How terrible,"said Eragon, "to die alone, separate even from the one who is closest to you."Everyone dies alone, Eragon. Whether you are a king on a battlefield or a lowly peasant lying in bed among your family, no one can accompany you into the void.
- Christopher Paolini, Eldest