Last modified on 22 September 2014, at 03:26

combatworthy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From combat +‎ -worthy.

AdjectiveEdit

combatworthy (comparative more combatworthy, superlative most combatworthy)

  1. Worthy, ready, or fit for combat; fightworthy.
    • 2005, John Ringo, Against the Tide:
      "Their Buships does not consider it combatworthy."
    • 2011, Stanley G. Payne, The Franco Regime, 1936-1975 - Page 135:
      In March 1937 the regime called up reemplazos from 1927 onward and mobilized combatworthy males in the Nationalist zone between the ages twenty-one and thirty-one.