Simply redistributing power to combatant factions on the basis of the territory under their control would be a huge error.
But you have deep respect for your combatant who you went through it with.
Both my combatant and I claimed that the other was at fault.
It is immaterial if the infidel is a combatant or a civilian.
But we also know that the CIA counts any military-aged male killed by a strike as a combatant.
To provide in successive bodies adequate numbers of men to be trained and used as combatant forces.
To beat a combatant is to disable or dishearten him for further fighting.
I am cabling to Morrison at Ottawa, that I am available either as combatant or medical if they need me.
Numenius was the last Platonist, as Posidonius was the last Stoic combatant.
He thrusted at his opponent with the vigour of a combatant certain to conquer.
mid-15c. (adj.), late 15c. (n.), from Old French combatant (Modern French combattant) "skilled at fighting, warlike" (also used as a noun in Old French), present participle adjective of combattre (see combat (v.)).