Someone who is hostile to, feels hatred towards, opposes the interests of, or intends injury to someone else. (noun)
A hostile force or nation; a fighting member of such a force or nation. (noun)
An alliance of such forces. (noun)
of, relating to, or belonging to an enemy (adjective)
Examples of word enemy
Nevertheless I continued my course towards the enemy, that to the number of twenty ships had been seen since eight o'clock at S.S.W. My opinion as to the state of the ships of the squadron remaining still indecisive, in the afternoon I desired to know _if it was advisable to attack the enemy_; the ships Concepcion, Mexicano, San Pablo,
He is, indeed, called an enemy to pilgrims, and the laft enemy*.
Timeline: Walter Cronkite’s Life and Career The trouble began when the moderator asked Jennings what he would do if, during a war between the U.S. and another country, he’d been given the chance to travel with the enemy and report from behind his lines — only to discover, from this vantage point, that the enemy was about to spring a trap and mow the Americans down.
The Obama administration has since abandoned using the term "enemy combatant."
McCain's confusion about who our main enemy is seems to be part of a troubling pattern, and I have predicted that this will have serious political ramifications in the coming months.