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Synonyms for crusade

Synonyms for crusade

an organized effort to accomplish a purpose

a goal or set of interests served with dedication


Synonyms for crusade

any of the more or less continuous military expeditions in the 11th to 13th centuries when Christian powers of Europe tried to recapture the Holy Land from the Muslims

exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person

go on a crusade

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When CRUSADE scoring was originally reported, there were five strata for risk of bleeding (very low ≤20, low 21-30, moderate 31-40, high 41-50, and very high risk >50); whereas, there were four risk strata for ACUITY-HORIZONS scores (low <10, moderate 10-14, high 15-19, and very high risk ≥20).
The last two decades have seen a flourishing of new avenues in the study of the Crusades, including in particular a great increase in the number of scholars investigating the field from the point of view of the inhabitants of the regions that the crusaders attacked (the "crusaded," as the author might call them).
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It was thanks to Nur al-Din's efforts that for the first time Muslim unity began to emerge and resulted in the defeat of the Franks in the second Crusade.
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Most notorious is the fourth Crusade, where the Crusaders, instead of heading to the Holy Land, turned against their fellow Christians and sacked Constantinople.
Madden's clear text invites readers at all levels of knowledge into this commentary on how the crusades shaped our modern world.
This work presents President Herbert Hoover's memoir, The Crusade Years, his self-described 'crusade against collectivism' in the wake of the New Deal.
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was the call from Pope Urban II to all Christians to crusade to free the Holy Land from the clutches of Islam.