This, after two dozen of them said they were against Ted Cruz and his defunding Obamacare crusade.
Armies of Heaven A historian vividly examines the apocalyptic First crusade.
The decision means the campaign is going to become even more of a crusade against "liberal tyranny" than it might have been.
By coincidence, I had a conversation with Elmasry on the night he gave up his crusade.
Are Republicans finally noticing that their crusade against reproductive rights is hurting them?
This Crandall thinks these men I fired are martyrs, and he's preaching a crusade.
Huck Finn, do you mean to tell me you don't know what a crusade is?
She heard the famous Father Gavazzi preach the crusade in the Colosseum.
A crusade is a war to recover the Holy Land from the paynim.
The crusade movement was in a certain sense the high-water mark of the conflict.
1706, respelling of croisade (1570s), from Middle French croisade (16c.), Spanish cruzada, both from Medieval Latin cruciata, past participle of cruciare "to mark with a cross," from Latin crux (genitive crucis) "cross." Other Middle English forms were croiserie, creiserie. Figurative sense of "campaign against a public evil" is from 1786.
1732, from crusade (n.). Related: Crusaded; crusading.