On that note, read Jonathan Chait in New York magazine on Obama's second term plans for combating climate change.
Winstead explained that, “combating fear and lies with humor and truth is the best job in the world.”
I dedicated my life to combating violence,” he said in an email to the Daily Beast, “and I was at times a victim of it.
combating the drug trade: No one who lives in any British city believes that that the war on drugs is being won.
Timely intelligence was proving key in combating the gang problem, where many of the shootings are retaliatory.
Glibly the quack discourses on the consequences of neglecting the terrible symptoms, and the great difficulty of combating them.
Plato saw the necessity of combating the illogical logic of the Megarians and Eristics.
The two things are so far from combating each other, that I can see how they agree.
I ignored it, and went on combating what I assumed to be the scruples of an exaggerated delicacy.
Doris knew the futility of combating in her lover the habit of self-seduction now became a vital necessity.
1560s, from Middle French combat (16c.), from combattre (see combat (v.)).