His plays have typically been dog-eat-dog affairs; it makes sense that he views politics as trench warfare.
There was a lot of trench warfare between the Princesses Margaret and Michael, too.
Early airpower theorists were not only repelled by trench warfare.
There was and will never be another war like the Great War: hand-to-hand combat, trench warfare.
That would make all of the posturing more like Kabuki theater and less like trench warfare.
The second was an elaboration of the tactics of trench warfare.
The last word in the perfection of trench warfare had been spoken by them.
By September the whole Gallipoli front had settled down to trench warfare, and a winter campaign seemed inevitable.
As the British also dug themselves in, this was the beginning of trench warfare.
Excepting a dash in Champagne, not since trench warfare began had the cavalry had any chance.
a type of combat in which the enemies fight from a system trenches
Warfare marked by slow wearing down of the opposing forces and piecemeal gains at heavy cost. The term applies especially to World War I.